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INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND DRACONID METEORS OVER BATON ROUGE

Although the Draconid meteors appearance this year probably peaked last night you may get a look at them after sunset tonight.  In the evening give your eyes a few minutes to adjust and look towards the constellation Draco just west of the North Star.


Also in the sky tonight is the International Space Station. Here is where and when to look:

Time:  Tue Oct 08 7:27 PM cdt

Visible:  5 min

Max Height:  69 degrees

Appears:  SW   –   Disappears:  NE

With a clear sky tonight and a max height of 69 degrees the ISS will look like a jewel crossing the heavens. Enjoy.

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