The ISS pass will only last a minute, but near big dipper (if June Gloom clears)

Also, whether you are traveling to see the total solar eclipse on August 21, or observing the partial solar eclipse here is southern California (or elsewhere for your far flung members of our 815-member email list), here is a great tutorial to maximize your enjoyment and understanding of eclipses.  We are using this to train subject matter experts who may want to help local events around the country.

And here are a nice Eclipse Fact Sheet (English/Spanish)  plus other free downloadables

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Subject: SpotTheStation
Date: Sat, 10 Jun 2017 12:57:16 -0400 (EDT)

Time: Sat Jun 10 9:58 PM, Visible: 1 min, Max Height: 76°, Appears: 29° above NW, Disappears: 76° above WNW