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Richard Walker from Longway Planetarium in Flint says the International Space Station will pass from left to right across the northern part of the sky 14 times between now and June 21. It will move from horizon to horizon, never rising higher than the North Star, so it will be easiest to see from locations where no tall trees or buildings block the north sky.

  • June 12 10:12 pm starting in the west-northwest
  • June 12 11:50 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 13 10:56 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 14 10:01 pm starting in the west-northwest
  • June 14 11:38 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 15 10:43 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 16 9:49 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 16 11:26 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 17 10:31 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 18 11:13 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 19 10:19 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 19 11:55 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 20 11:00 pm starting in the northwest
  • June 21 10:06 pm starting in the northwest
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