You don't want to miss this! The comet NEOWISE/International Space Station double feature in the sky tonight will be such an incredible sight. They will both be visible from across Canada.\nThe Canadian Space Agency has a special campfire challenge for Canadians tonight to try and spot the International Space Station when it does a flyover the country.\nIf you're up for the challenge, there's no time to waste. It will only streaks across the night sky for about six minutes.\nThe International Space Station will be visible in Vancouver and Victoria from 10:10 p.m. to 10:16 p.m. local time.\nYou can see it at 11:12 p.m. in Edmonton and 11:11 p.m. in Calgary. It will last until 11:18 p.m. there.\nThe station pops up in Saskatoon and Regina skies at 11:13 p.m. and stays there until 11:19 p.m. and 11:20 p.m. respectively.\nIn Winnipeg, you can see it from 10:37 p.m. until 10:44 p.m.\nIt will be visible in Toronto starting at 10:03 p.m. and then a minute after that in Ottawa.\nYou spot it at 10:04 p.m. in Montreal and then a minute later in Quebec City.\nThe station starts crossing the sky in Fredericton pretty late at 11:05 p.m.\nThen in Halifax and Charlottetown, it's visible at 9:29 p.m. until 9:35 p.m. and 9:36 p.m. respectively.\nFinally, you can spot this light in the sky from 10:01 p.m. to 10:08 p.m. in St. John's.\nView this post on Instagram The SpaceX Dragon resupply ship (at right) and a pair of the International Space Station's main solar arrays foreshadow a trek into an orbital sunset. #nasa #spacex #dragon #harmony #solar #earth #international #space #station A post shared by International Space Station (@iss) on Apr 1, 2020 at 3:43pm PDT\nTo the naked eye, the International Space Station is a big white dot in the sky that moves quickly and doesn't change direction.\nIt travels through space at 28,000 km/hour.\nAfter the moon, it's usually the brightest object in the sky so you can see it even with light pollution.\nView this post on Instagram What I saw last night at Moraine State Park was NUTS!!! Yesterday I noticed that the International Space Station would be passing over Comet NEOWISE. I knew I had to get that shot. As the ISS was passing over a meteor appeared right next to it in the sky! You can see the meteor above the light trail of the ISS. The comet's tail is actually pointing directly at it! But that's not all.. the sky was so clear and so dark that I can actually see the comet's 2nd tail. It is VERY faint but there is a blue-ish tail to the left of the main tail. You'll definitely have to zoom into the photo to see it. Most comets have 2 tails. The brighter/main tail is made up of comet "dust" and the more faint blue-ish one is made up of electrically charged molecules of gas called ions. A post shared by Dustin McGrew Photography (@dustinmcgrew) on Jul 18, 2020 at 7:05am PDT\nFor extra credit, the Canadian Space Agency is challenging you to also try and spot comet NEOWISE.\nYou can find it in the northwestern sky just below the Big Dipper.\nThis comet was only just discovered in March and the next time it'll visible from Earth won't be until the year 8786.\nA Canadian photographed captured both comet NEOWISE and the northern lights and it's such a beautiful sight.