International Space Station flies over Central Texas

View of Earth from International Space Station (NBC/NASA)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Central Texans got treated to an International Space Station flyover Monday morning. The ISS graced our visible skies at 7:01 a.m. You can follow possible ISS sightings through Feb. 7.

While the ISS was visible, it looked like a bright star off in space. AJ Mendo says he spotted the ISS early Monday morning and sent us these photos.

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