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November 08, 2009|By Frank Roylance | Sun Reporter // Weather Blogger

Space Cadets! The International Space Station is back in our evening skies tonight, flying high over Baltimore (and almost directly over Ocean City) on its way up the East Coast. If skies are clear, look for a bright, fast-moving "star" rising out of the southwest horizon at 6:14 p.m. It will climb above brilliant Jupiter – brightest object in the southern sky - by 6:17 p.m., just before vanishing into Earth's shadow.

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