INDIANAPOLIS -- Look up - the International Space Station will fly over Indianapolis Friday night. If you’ve never seen the ISS sweep across the sky, this is your opportunity.
Here’s what you need to know:
8:19 p.m.: The ISS appears low in the northwest (the flyover will last 4 minutes and fly nearly overhead)
8:23 p.m.: The ISS disappears low in the southeast. The ISS will be bright enough to see wherever you are Friday night. You could even watch it from an area football game. Here are some fun facts from NASA:
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