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Space cadets! Can you rise and shine tomorrow morning for an International Space Station flyby? The weather forecast looks promising. Tracking northeast over the western slope of the Appalachians, the ISS will appear at 6:48 a.m., like a bright star above the western horizon. Watch it climb halfway up the northwest sky by 6:51 a.m. before zipping off to the northeast and disappearing at 6:54.

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