TAMPA, Fla — The stars just keep on aligning for Tampa Bay this Super Bowl Sunday, as NASA has announced the International Space Station will be visible during the big game.
In a tweet, NASA says – weather permitting – the space station will be right over Tampa at around 7:15 p.m.
Now, Tampa isn't the only city that will be able to spot the space station. NASA says it will also be visible in Key West, Florida, Springfield, Missouri, Memphis, Tennessee and Montgomery, Alabama – to name a few.
You can catch future sightings by visiting NASA's Spot the Station website.
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