People in Acadiana will be able to see the International Space Station in the skies just after 9 o'clock tonight, for approximately 3 minutes.

The Lafayette Science Museum says that between approximately 9:16 and 9:19 Central.

From KATC:

Look for it coming from low in the northwestern sky through a position between the Big Dipper and the North Star. When under the Big Dipper it will be about midway between the horizon and the point overhead. It will look like a bright, clearly moving star, about as bright or brighter than Jupiter (the brightest star-like object well up in the west tonight).


Who's gonna be staring at the skies with us?

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