Weather Blog

June 07, 2008|By Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

FRANK ROYLANCE — Attention Space Cadets! The International Space Station, with shuttle Discovery attached, will make a fine pass over the Mid-Atlantic states tonight, visible from Baltimore if skies are clear. ISS and crew rise like a swift star at 9:08 p.m. in the northwest. They climb halfway up the northeastern sky by 9:11 before disappearing in the east at 9:14. While you're out, get a look at the crescent moon low in the west. It's just a pinky's width (held at arm's length) south-southwest of Mars.

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