Thanks to the folks at North Baltimore Patch for pointing this out!
One of the many incredible things about the International Space Station is that you can frequently see it in the night sky, even in a dense urban area. But it’s tricky. It comes into view sporadically and is sometimes visible for less than a minute!
Luckily, NASA put together a pretty mind-blowing web application called Spot the Station that will give you two weeks’ worth of sightings from a given location on Earth.
The next time Baltimoreans will get a view is on Saturday at 6:28 p.m. when the station will be visible for one minute. If you miss it, you’ll have two tries on Sunday, a two-minute peek at 5:40 p.m. and seconds-long blink at 7:15.