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CLEVELAND (WJW) – You may have seen something bright cross the sky tonight, but it wasn’t a UFO.
The International Space Station made a “grand pass” over Northeast Ohio. As FOX 8 meteorologists forecasted, skies were clear, so there wasn’t be a problem catching it.
According to local astronomer Jay Reynolds, the ISS rose in the northwest around 9:23 p.m., peaking at 84 degrees around 9:26 p.m. and set in the southeast at 9:30 p.m.
This is the best nighttime pass until mid-September, but there will be more worthwhile passes in July.
Although it doesn’t blink or make sounds, Reynolds says the ISS is the brightest moving object in the sky.
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