You Should Be Able to See the Space Station Over NJ This Week
If you look to the sky this Thursday and Friday night, there is a good chance that you will see the International Space Station moving through the night sky
According to Accuweather:
“You can't miss the ISS, even in urban areas, as it is as bright as Venus [the third brightest natural object in the sky]. It will appear like a plane at first, but you will notice the steady movement without flashing lights as it grows brighter."
If you look to the west on Thursday night, the best chance to see the ISS is around 8:51 pm. On Friday night, the ISS could be seen looking towards the East, between 8:02 and 8:03 pm.
Click HERE for more info and to see the flight path of the International Space Station