The International Space Station (ISS) can see Mendoza with the naked eye this evening, according to Italian amateur Ignazio Magnani and then confirmed by NASA.
In charge of the management of Sergei Prokopyev, Serena Auón-Chancellor and Alexander Gerst, the ISS will enter the Mendoza sky at 9:32 pm. in the southwest at 28 degrees and will be visible to the naked eye for two minutes as it moves to the northeast.
As long as the clouds allow it, the station will be depicted as a bright spot moving at medium speed in space. It will be the second brightest object in the night sky, in front of planet Aphrodite.