The International Space Station will be visible for those who live in Lancaster County tonight.
But only for a little bit.
On Thursday night, the International Space Station was almost directly above our area as it flies from Louisiana to Maine.
Tonight, the International Space Station will be visible from 8 to 8:05 p.m., with the best visibility for Lancaster County being between 8:02 and 8:03 p.m.
The conditions for tonight will be clear for Lancaster County, according to Accuweather.
In the sky, the space station will be bright, even in well-lit areas.
"It's as bright as Venus [the third brightest natural object in the sky]," wrote Accuweather Astronomy Blogged Dave Samuhel. “It will appear like a plane at first, but you will notice the steady movement without flashing lights as it grows brighter."
Be sure to give yourself a few moments outside to give your eyes a chance to adjust.