The Goodyear Blimp is flying through the county's skies again this morning.
The blimp above Medway
The Goodyear Blimp is an icon all over the world and regularly travels to key motorsport events, as well other big sport and entertainment events, ranging from FA Cup Finals at Wembley to Live Aid.
Wherever it goes, it creates a stir and plenty of our readers and kmfm listeners were quick to share their photos on our social media pages.
People posted pictures from Dover to Gravesend and numerous spots in between, delighted to have seen the airship in flight.
However one person was left disappointed. Wendy Yates posted: "Yes saw it over Capstone Park...actually got a video OR so I thought – videoed the inside of my bag instead .. Doh!!"
It comes after it was spotted above the county on Monday.
The blimp is soaring over the London skyline this week before heading to Brands Hatch to catch all the action at the British Touring Car Championships (BTCC) over the weekend.
From there it will provide aerial footage of the BTCC race being broadcast on ITV4 and ITV1.
Last year the blimp returned to the UK for the first time in over 10 years to much fanfare.
It is 246 feet long – or the same as almost 17 black cabs lengthways – and is packed with 297,527 cubic feet of helium.
The airship usually flies at around 1,000 to 1,500 feet in the air, and travels at a top speed of 73 miles per hour – as fast as a Category 1 hurricane.