The positioning of the International Space Station and the mostly clear skies forecast over much of Wisconsin tonight will make for decent viewing of the space station overnight, according to the satellite sighting schedule from NASA.
The International Space Station has been visible over Wausau at five times on Saturday June 9th. Three viewing windows were available early this morning. Two more remain tonight.
According to the sighting schedule, the space station can be seen at 10:17PM and 11:55PM tonight.
Additional viewing windows early Sunday morning are available at 1:31 AM and 3:07AM.
To find specific information on where to look and to see the Wausau Satellite Sighting schedule, follow this link: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/cities/view.cgi?country=United_States®ion=Wisconsin&city=Wausau.
This post was written by RDuns on June 9, 2012