The international space station is visible in Mendoza



Today, the International Space Station (ISS) can be seen with the naked eye from Mendoza at night, according to Italian amateur Ignazio Magnani, which is then confirmed by NASA.

Sergey Prokopov's leadership, Serene Auñón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst, ISS will enter Mendoza not at 21:32 in the southwest at 28 degrees and will see the naked eye for two minutes as it moves towards the northeast.

As long as clouds allow it, the station would be visualized as a point of light moving at medium speed through space. It will be the second brightest object on the night sky, before the Venus planet.


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