Your Sky Tonight - July 22, 2017

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Created with Stellarium Open Source Software:
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The rest of this month offers a great time to find the International Space Station in the Northern Hemisphere. Right after sunset, start looking for the ISS low in the southeastern sky.

To learn more about finding the ISS:
https://spotthestation.nasa.gov

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