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International Space Station Visible Tonight

posted 10 Feb 2014, 00:20 by moylan.n@liscarrollns.org   [ updated 10 Feb 2014, 00:22 ]


See the International Space Station



If there is a clear sky this evening, you will be able to see the International Space Station.


It will appear from the South West and disappear in the South.  It will be at its highest point at 6:34pm.  Ideally, head out at around 6:30 and look towards the South West.  That's roughly where the Sun sets at this time of year.  It should appear around 6:32 and will be visible for about 3 minutes. It will be low in the sky, about 41 degrees above the horizon.


Hopefully it won't be cloudy.  It will be visible for a few more nights.  Will keep you updated.


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