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You can see the International Space Station (and China’s Tianhe, too) in the night sky this weekend – Space.com

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If your weather is clear this weekend, step outside and stare upward anytime from one to two hours after sundown. If you’re fortunate to be located well away from any bright lights, break out a long lounge or deck-chair and get comfortable. 
Once your eyes have fully adapted to the dark, you might be able to count several hundred stars of varying degrees of brightness. But you also may also see some other interesting sights, some natural like tiny falling rocks and others less so, like China’s Tianhe…

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