Look up tonight in Perth.
While the International Space Station flys over WA’s skies each month, tonights passing will be slightly different.
Matt Woods from the Perth Observatory says the International Space Station will glow brighter than usual due to Perth being in the right place at the right time – with a perfect combination of ISS distance from earth and receiving light from the sun.
It will be visible over WA between 8.37pm and 8.41pm.
Twitter: International Space Station is visible today to the naked eye (if clouds allow)
If you are too busy wining and dining your special someone tonight – the space station will also make 2 more appearances tomorrow at approximately 7:50pm and Monday night at 7:51pm.
Watch: NASA ISS Live Stream
For more information about what’s to come in the night skies visit Perth Observatory: What’s In February’s Night Skies.
Feature image: perthobservatory.com.au