The International Space Station (ISS) is scheduled to appear in the early morning sky.
Below is a See It, Snap It, Send It of the ISS flying over Cochise County early Wednesday morning.
Ed Erbeck Jr. in Pearce took the picture.
The ISS is the streak of light in the center of the photo.
Below is a schedule from NASA of the ISS flybys over Tucson.
For a list of flybys over your area click here to change locations.
When the ISS appears in the sky it is a bright, unblinking light.
The bright speck of light seen from Earth is the solar panels reflecting sunlight.
The ISS can be seen with the naked eye but to see the details of the space station use binoculars or a telescope.
|Tue Sep 10, 5:36 AM||4 min||40°||10 above SSW||36 above ESE|
|Wed Sep 11, 4:48 AM||3 min||20°||10 above S||19 above ESE|
|Thu Sep 12, 4:01 AM||< 1 min||10°||10 above SE||10 above ESE|
|Thu Sep 12, 5:35 AM||6 min||50°||10 above WSW||10 above NE|
|Fri Sep 13, 4:48 AM||3 min||76°||38 above SSW||23 above NE|
|Sat Sep 14, 4:02 AM||< 1 min||25°||25 above E||18 above ENE|
|Sat Sep 14, 5:35 AM||5 min||18°||10 above W||10 above N|
|Sun Sep 15, 4:48 AM||3 min||29°||29 above NW||10 above NNE|
|Mon Sep 16, 4:02 AM||1 min||19°||19 above NNE||10 above NE|
|Tue Sep 17, 4:49 AM||1 min||12°||12 above NNW||10 above N|
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