An unusual bright object was walking through the night sky late this week, appearing brighter than all the stars and planets in the sky, but you would need to know where and when you were looking.
Thursday and Friday Night will provide the perfect opportunity for those across the eastern United States to see the International Space Station (ISS) fly above. Not only will the space of the station appear incredibly bright on both nights, but above all cloud-free weather will lead to uninterrupted viewing conditions. However; it will only be visible for a few minutes, so knowing what time looks like is crucial.
"It will look like a plane at first, but you will notice steady movement without flashing lights as it grows," Samuhel added.