By First Alert Meteorologist Erin Jordan - email
TUCSON, AZ (KOLD) - The International Space Station fill fly over southern Arizona early Saturday morning. But it's not the only flyby! Check out the list below for when and where to look for other manmade objects in our skies.
|Satellite||Rise time||Direction to look||Transit time||Max elevation||Magnitude|
|ISS||05:49:38 am||N||05:51:53||29°||-2.2 (very bright)|
|GOCE (flaring satellite)||06:48:19 am||NNE||06:50:27||48°||3.7 (dim)|
|GOCE (flaring satellite)||06:17:29 pm||SSE||06:19:38||58°||3.4 (dim)|
|Hubble Space Telescope||08:04:49 pm||WSW||08:08:17||29°||
For more flybys this week click here for the SpaceWeather.com tracker. Just type in your zip code and press 'Go!' for a list.
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