Monday, July 18, 2011

People In Puerto Rico Will Have A Peek In The Sky Of The Space Shuttle Atlantis And The International Space Station

The Caribbean Astronomy Society says that the space shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station should be visible to sky-watchers around the island of Puerto Rico early Wednesday morning. 

According to the Caribbean Astronomy Society, the best view of the historic spacecraft will be at dawn Wednesday, in Puerto Rico, between 5:06 a.m. and 5:14 a.m.  The space shuttle Atlantis will have the appearance, from Puerto Rico, to be followed by a brighter star, the International Space Station, as they both travel close to the moon.  So if you are an early riser and want to take a look at history, go outside and look up to the sky. 

This will be the last flight for the space shuttle Atlantis.  NASA is retiring its three space shuttles, and sending them to museums.

Puerto Rico is the place to see the space shuttle Atlantis!  Have fun taking a look at the space shuttle Atlantis and the International Space Station!


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