The International Space Station will pass over Palm Beach County a few times this weekend, beginning tonight, Friday, Sept. 22.
If the skies are clear, it will appear in the southwest at about 8:50 p.m., soar above the horizon for two minutes, then disappear in the west-southwest.
Its maximum height will reach 48 degrees.
The next chance to see the station will be Saturday morning at 6:38 a.m. in the west-southwest, where it will appear for two minutes.
If you miss that chance, try again Saturday night at 7:58 p.m., when it will appear for four minutes at 11 degrees above south-southwest, before disappearing at 17 degrees above east-northeast.
Calendar for sightings over West Palm Beach: