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Not a UFO. "The International Space Station is expected to appear in San Francisco skies Monday night with no forecast cloud coverage, making for optimal viewing of the orbiting laboratory as it drifts over the Bay Area region.

It will appear above the western horizon at 7:36 p.m. and rise, eventually reaching a maximum altitude of 32 degrees above the horizon at 7:44 p.m. before it vanishes in the northeastern sky. The station will be visible for six minutes, according to NASA, and better yet, it’s bright enough that you won’t need to seek out a specific spot to take in the views, said Ben Burress, an astronomer at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland."

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