The International Space Station was spotted by eagle eyes star gazer flying alongside comet Neowise.
The clip, filmed on July 25 shows the International Space Station flying by the comet Neowise near south of Vétroz in Valais canton, Switzerland.
"Comet Neowise is still visible but the increasing moonlight in the next two weeks will make it gradually more challenging to see it. The comet's head now has a nice greenish colour." the filmer told Newsflare.
According to info found on spaceweather.com,
"the comet's head is green this is a sign of diatomic carbon, C2, a gas which emits a verdant glow in the near-vacuum of interplanetary space."