The International Space Station will be visible twice tonight in the skies above the North-east.
And with skies expected to be reasonably clear, it should give photographers and astronomers the perfect chance to take some stunning images.
The first pass of the ISS will take place at about 9.31pm and will multi-national space station will be visible for about 4 minutes.
You will have the best chance of seeing it about 28degrees above the horizon as it travels from the south west to the south east.
British astronaut Tim Peake shared this stunning image yesterday thanking everyone for the Happy Birthday messages as he celebrated his 44th birthday on the ISS.
Thanks for all the great birthday messages today – 44 laps around the sun & about 1775 around Earth! pic.twitter.com/YRsl5lE1AB
— Tim Peake (@astro_timpeake) April 7, 2016
A second chance to see the ISS in the same location will happen at 11.07pm tonight, however you will need to be quick as it is expected to be visible for less than 60 seconds.
Keen astronomers will get more chances to see it the ISS twice tomorrow night, at 8.38pm and 10.14pm, once on Sunday, at 9.22pm, again on Monday at 10.06pm.
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