DENVER (KDVR) — The International Space Station is expected to be visible nightly as it passes over skies in the metro area in early June.
It’s not always visible, but when it is, NASA describes its appearance as similar to a fast airplane or a very bright star moving across the sky, except it maintains one direction and doesn’t have flashing lights.
According to the NASA website, sighting the ISS will be possible through June 10 in the Denver metro area.
When and where to look
The website lists the best viewing times according to when the sun reflects off of the space station to contrast against the dark sky, and how long it will be visible before it crosses back below the horizon.
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