The International Space Station will be visible in the sky over the Isle of Wight tonight (Friday) – if weather permits.

According to NASA, the space station is expected to cross over the Isle of Wight at around 9.34pm. It’ll be visible for around 4 minutes.

And Islanders should be able to see it, as long as the sky isn’t too cloudy.

The most clear view will be from Freshwater.

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