NE Ohio to get a perfect view of the space station tonight

(CLEVELAND) - Every once in a while, the stars align to make for a perfect night. Saturday night is that night. 

Cleveland State University Professor Jay Reynolds says Northeast Ohio will see the International Space Station crystal clear in Northeast Ohio skies just before 10 p.m. He calls it a grand pass. 

According to Reynolds, it rises   at 9:48 p.m. at 10 degrees NW. It peaks at 9:51 p.m. at 85 degrees SSW and fades at 9:54 p.m. at 13 degrees SE. 

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International Space Station Orbiting Earth

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