The Weather Page

May 11, 2007|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

Mrs. Michael Kropp, in Joppa, reminds me to "please put in your weather report ... when the [International] Space Station is going to be in the sky so we can see it." It's a kick watching the ISS flyovers but an infrequent one. The station is visible only when it passes over just before dawn or after sunset. Skies must be clear. And I ignore passes too brief, or low to the horizon, to see easily. Otherwise, I try to post 'em all. Next best bet? Before dawn on May 19.

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