See the International Space Station as it flies over Valdosta.
Written by Charlie Walker on
Looking for something to do tonight? Check out The International Space Station. Tonight (Thursday March 19) the International Space Station will be over Valdosta and, if conditions are favorable, should be viewable in Lowndes county. With clear skies scheduled for the azalea city, the orbiting laboratory can be seen with the naked eye.
The open window for watching will be tonight at 8:06 PM. The ISS will be Southwest to the Northeast and last for six minutes.
Because of the Station’s orbit and the rotation of the Earth, the number of sighting opportunities and times will vary.