The International Space Station flies over Zim Saturday evening and here is how you can view it
For lovers of gazing into thee mysterious universe the International Space Station will make its periodical flight over the night sky in Zimbabwe on Saturday evening.
The whole thing takes about five minutes from 19.48hrs to 19.53hrs and will fly from South West to North West and will proceed over Malawi.
🇿🇼 Zimbabwe !
The International Space Station is visible to the naked eye everywhere (if clouds allow) at 19:50
Tip: set your alarm clock📲 ⏰
— Ignazio Magnani (@IgnazioMagnani) January 13, 2018
It can be viewed with the naked eye and looks like a really fast moving plane in the sky, only much higher. You can see it because it reflects the light of the Sun, the same reason we can see the Moon. However, unlike the Moon, the space station isn’t bright enough to see during the day.