Weather Blog

May 22, 2008|By FRANK ROYLANCE

Space Cadets! With luck, skies will clear enough tonight to reveal the International Space Station as it cruises high over Baltimore. Grab the kids and watch for a bright, steady, starlike object rising briskly above the southwestern horizon at 9:30 p.m. It will climb just to the right of closely paired Saturn and Regulus and be high overhead by 9:33 p.m. Station and crew will then zip through the Big Dipper and skip off toward the northeast, vanishing there at 9:35 p.m.

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