How to spot ISS in your skies

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I often hear about people spotting ISS zipping across the skies. I’ve not seen it yet though, despite looking. The thing that frustrates me most is the ever murky UK skies, but with this handy little page from NASA it should be easier.

Get spotting!

Simon 🙂

Credit – NASA

http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/

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21 thoughts on “How to spot ISS in your skies”

  1. I don’t know what kind of phone you have, but there’s an app for iPhone called Starwatch that will not only show you the position of stars and constellations (all you have to do is point it at a section of the sky) but will also show you the position of satellites and the space station! And I think it’s free or 99 cents!

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