There will be opportunities each morning to see the International Space Station fly over. Here’s the complete list. Here’s this week’s Sky at a Glance. The tiny crescent moon will be visible shortly before sunrise in the east this morning. Then the moon will flip into the western sky in the evening.
Venus is the brightest “star” in the early morning sky to the east before sunrise. Jupiter is also visible early to the east, a little below and to the left of bright Venus. Mars is high in the southern sky in the early evening.
Check out the latest from the Grand Rapids Amateur Astronomical Assn., the Kalamazoo Astronomical Society, the Shoreline Amateur Astronomical Association and the Muskegon Astronomical Society. You can take a look at NASA on Twitter and Facebook.