Too many clouds but if you live well inland you may see the ISS

At 8:18 p.m. the ISS will be passing very near the planet Mars

Too many clouds. I'll keep monitoring when the combination of an ISS passage and clear skies for future views.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Of course, Mars is millions of miles away from Earth, but relative to Mars’ position in the sky, the ISS will come very near it. Skies are clearing from the west, so this is why inland folks will get a chance of seeing the ISS.

Too many clouds. I'll keep monitoring when the combination of an ISS passage and clear skies for future views.
West of town (along I-75) there maybe some clearing by 8:15 p.m.

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