The International Space Station will be visible to the naked eye (weather permitting) across the Hunter region at 6.10pm on Monday evening.
NASA says the station will look like “a fast-moving plane, only much higher and traveling thousands of miles an hour faster” streaking across the night sky.
The fact that it’s the third brightest object in the sky makes it easier to spot, the space dudes say, if you know when to look up.
So, where exactly are you meant to look? Well, according to NASA, you should be gazing right here if you’re in Newcastle, at 6.10pm on Monday. Provided there’s not too much heavy cloud cover, you should see the station zooming past for around 3 minutes.
No stress if you miss it on Tuesday, of course, because the station will be visible twice on Tuesday night, again on Wednesday and again Friday.
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