How do you know when to see ISS pass overhead from your location? Image via Dave Walker. You have already rated this page, you can only rate it once! You can also sign up for alerts via email or text message.
Subscribe Podcasts NewsMail. Max Height: Represents where in the night sky the ISS will leave your field of view. And with the sun setting much earlier now that on the cusp of the fall equinox, most passes occur between 7 and 9 p.
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All sightings will occur within a few hours before or after sunrise or sunset. Just note where the sun sets and you can easily find the direction where the station will appear for example, in the southwest or in the northwest. Pick up the pace — these bursts of incidental exercise could be key to improving your fitness.
NASA is about to plunge a probe into the sun's atmosphere. Sometimes the image is black because the Space Station does not have continuous radio contact with ground control. When the sighting opportunity will begin in your local time zone.
European space laboratory Columbus. She writes about Earth science and nature conservation for EarthSky. The three astronauts now aboard the International Space Station ISS were supposed to be joined on Thursday — October 11, 2018 — by two new crewmembers.