The International Space Station will be visible here in the Miami Valley for the first time in a few weeks, StormCenter7 Meteorologist Brett Collar said.
Tuesday morning, the space station will fly overhead starting at 6:05 a.m. While the space station will only be visible for three minutes, skies should be mainly clear and the moon will be 27% full, giving us good conditions to see the space station.
The ISS will travel from the south, to the southeast.
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