The ISS Marathon

An ISS Marathon begins this week when the International Space Station will spend around three days in almost-constant sunlight. From 21st to the 23rd May, skywatchers can see the bright spacescraft moving overhead about two to four times each night.

A simple way to find out when and where the ISS will pass overhead near you is to go use the Satellite Tracker – just select the location nearest to you and it will produce a chart of flyby times (as well as any other visible satellites you can see).

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Posted on 20 May, 2008, in Astronomy News, Space exploration. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on The ISS Marathon.

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