International Space Station (AP file)
ATLANTA -- The International Space Station will be visible as it flies over Metro Atlanta this week.
The station will be seen for just a few minutes each day as it makes it's orbit around the Earth.
NASA has released specific times, and exactly where in the sky it will be.
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You will have to pay close attention, as the Space Station is only visible during those exact windows.
"It looks like a little bright light," said astronomer Amy Whitt. "It looks smaller than an airplane, and it moves way quicker than an airplane does. It goes really fast across the sky."