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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Numerous people have called the WSFA 12 Newsroom wanting to know when they could go outside and see the International Space Station fly over their house.

Well, you asked and we've hunted down the answer. 

For the next few evenings, up until Monday, August 11 you should be able to see the ISS for a few minutes as it streaks across the night. And by a few minutes we mean no more than about four. So get out there and look up! 

Click here for a list of Alabama cities (Courtesy of NASA) from which you should be able to see the spectacle. Even though not every city is listed on the page, those folks living in surrounding cities and communities should be able to see the event just as well.

Keep in mind that cloudy weather could affect your chances of seeing the ISS.

Enjoy the nice evening weather while you're outside, and leave us a comment below on what you thought of the sighting!

 

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