ISS Viewing Times for January 2010

The International Space Station is visible over Essex skies in the evenings in January. The ISS is now quite a bright object and so is very easy to spot (appearing as a briskly moving bright spot), so long as you know when and where to look.

Credit: David Warrington

You can find the viewing times for Essex here (or you can click the link in the right-hand menu).

At the same time, have a look at our Night Sky page to find out else is visible in the skies this month.


Posted on 8 January, 2010, in Astronomy News, astrophotography, Popular Science, Space exploration and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on ISS Viewing Times for January 2010.

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