by Jane Houston Jones
Then when I verified last nights flyby, I discovered ISS would again rise tonight at 8:48 p.m from SW to NE passing nearly overhead at 8:53 p.m. We took our evening beveridge and pre-dinner snack out on the back deck and waited. Soon we saw Arcturus, and then Spica. Between the two stars, the ISS rose. We had to walk to the other deck to see the ISS set to the NE at 8:58 p.m.
Then we turned our attention to Jupiter and took a look for Mercury. Didn't see Mercury before and Jupiter set soon afterwards.