I spent the day in London. As my train arrived back in Brighton, it was enveloped in a chilly fog. The whole town was bedecked in an eerie seaside mist—not an uncommon Brighton phenomenon.
Fortunately the fog cleared by the time the ISS made its way across the sky this evening. It was a beautiful sight.
I was hoping to also look for a Dragon capsule on its resupply mission shortly afterwards. Alas, the launch was scrubbed. I got lucky with the weather; SpaceX, not so much.
Perhaps tomorrow will bring better fortune. I’ll be looking to the sky.