If you didn't quite catch the International Space Station that headed over Mount Isa on Wednesday night there's a good explanation.
Astrophysicist and Cosmologist Dr Brad Tucker said the ISS flew over Mount Isa on Wednesday February 12 but it was for less than a minute.
"However the good news is there are more chances to see it with your own eyes," Dr Tucker said.
"Tonight (February 14) and the next few nights there are some great passes for Mount Isa.
"It will look like a bright dot or star, but it won't twinkle and it will quickly move across the sky. The one tomorrow night, starting at 8:14 pm will last just over three minutes and be relatively bright and high in the sky.
"Monday morning at 5.20am will be a great one - nice and high in the sky and bright and long."
Dr Tucker said Mount Isa was very lucky when it came to seeing the space station
"The cool thing is when people look at the space station from Mount Isa, it is over twice as close compared to Townsville and four times closer than Brisbane," he said.
"Looking at it is a nice reminder of the things above us."
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