Early Morning ISS
The International Space Station is again flying over – but you’ll have to be up in the early hours! From the 9th to the 14th September it will pass overhead in the UK at around 4-5 O’clock in the morning.
If you think you’ll be awake then, see the ISS viewing times for detailed listings.
Posted on 7 September, 2008, in Astronomy News, Popular Science, Space exploration and tagged essex, international, iss, space, station, UK, viewing times. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Early Morning ISS.