Wearsiders witnessed a rare view of The International Space Station (ISS) orbiting the Earth across the sky last night.
The public were amazed at the spectacular sight.
One member of the public, Adam Woodward, managed to capture the striking image from his back garden in Cleadon, Sunderland.
He said: “I was quite lucky to see it last night, as there was a break in the clouds at the right time.”
The ISS will be visible for the next five nights depending on cloud cover.
And tonight, it will pass over from the West to the South East at 5.53pm then again at 7.30pm.