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.
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 essex, iss, iss viewing times, nasa, space station. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on ISS Viewing Times for January 2010.