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(KSL News) If you turn your eyes to the sky tonight, you may still be able to see the International Space Station streak across the sky.
NASA says the space station should be visible in Salt Lake City around 10:10. But it will only be visible in the northeastern sky for about two minutes.
That's shorter than earlier this weekend. Both Friday and Saturday it remained visible for about five minutes.