International Space Station Alpha/Zarya

City In The Sky

VISUAL PASSES IN THE EVENINGS for AUGUST 2017.

DATE TIMES BELOW is when the ISS appears on the Western Horizon it takes 10mins to pass over from the West to the Eastern horizons. Which means it will appear Overhead 5mins later of the Times below.

Look for a Moving Bright Star moving from West to East.  If you can see the stars you will be able to see the ISS. You do not need Telescopes, Binoculars Etc..

DATE TIME BST

August
1 2054
1 2230
2 2138
3 2046
3 2222
4 2130
5 2037
6 2121
7 2029
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ISS Details-
Altitude– 264 Miles as at 24 Jul.
Speed- 17,500 MPH
Orbit – It takes 93 mins to orbit the earth.
Crew- 6
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Rgds TerryO


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