Did you see it?
The International Space Station was clearly visible over Swansea last night alongside Mars around 9:03pm.
But don't worry if you missed it you should be able to get another glimpse tonight at about 9:50 PM and later at 11:26pm, although it might not be as clear with cloud expected later today.
It will be visible for 4 minutes the first time and less than a minute the second.
The International Space Station is the third brightest object in the sky. Since the first expedition on 2 November 2000, the station has been continuously occupied for 13 years and 165 days, the longest continuous human presence in space. In the first 10 years the ISS orbited earth 57,361 times.
Here's some of your very excited tweets from the last few days:
— Martin Hanson (@mph_photo) April 14, 2014
— Dave (@franticsmurf) April 14, 2014
— Nia Jenkins (@NiaHarpist) April 15, 2014