Space Station Spotting

Posted by Michael Pinto on Jul 14, 2008 in Science |

The International Space Station

Why are you sitting at home watching Netflicks when there’s a huge ass space station flying above your house? It seems that the next few weeks will be ideal for NASA fanboys to catch a glimpse of the International Space Station:

Spot the Space Station

“If you’re out watching the twilight sky in the time frame from 45 to 90 minutes before sunrise, or 45 to 90 minutes after sunset, you’ll might see a few “moving stars.” They are most likely artificial satellites. The brightest of all is the International Space Station, and this month provides some great opportunities to see it from just about anywhere. During the next couple of weeks, North Americans and Europeans will have many opportunities to see the ISS flying over their homes, due chiefly to a seasonal circumstance.”

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