The International Space Station’s orbital path will take it within sighting range of Tampa, Florida at 7:15 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 7. Weather permitting, the sighting opportunity will be about the same time two football teams will be competing to win Super Bowl LV.
The station’s trajectory passes over more than 90 percent of Earth’s population. NASA’s “Spot the Station” is designed to only notify users of passes that are high enough in the sky to be easily visible over trees, buildings and other objects on the horizon. NASA’s Johnson Space Center calculates the sighting information several times a week for more than 4,600 locations worldwide.
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