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The International Space Station is back in our evening skies tonight, flying high over Baltimore (and almost directly over Ocean City) on its way up the East Coast. Look for a bright, fast-moving "star" rising out of the southwest horizon at 6:14 p.m. It will climb above brilliant Jupiter -- brightest object in the southern sky - by 6:17 p.m., just before vanishing into Earth's shadow.

Up-to-the-minute local data and radar at marylandweather.com

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