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November 06, 2006|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

If the clouds part sufficiently, this evening offers another opportunity to watch the International Space Station fly over Maryland. This time the $100 billion contraption will be moving from northwest to southeast at 17,500 mph - from high over Milwaukee or Cleveland when we first see it in Baltimore, to Washington, D.C., Chincoteague and points southeast. You know the drill: Watch for a bright, steady light rising over the northwest horizon at 5:52 p.m. By 5:55 p.m. it will skirt the star Vega and pass almost directly overhead.

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