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Space station sightings

This page is a  suggestion from Princethorpe College, Rugby.


The following dates / times are for sighting the International Space Station (ISS). Just look for an incredibly bright moving star-like object. The times are generalised, it depends upon what part of southern England you are in. So go outside at least 7 minutes before the suggested times. We only include sightings where the Station is high in the sky. Do wave as they pass by. On board is Peggy Whitson, she now holds the endurance record for spaceflight, she is also the current commander.

Below; two of my sightings of ISS

16 July   03.45

17 July   02.54

18 July   03.38

19 July   02.42

20 July   01.53

20 July   03.30

21 July   01.00

21 July   02.37

22 July   01.45

23 July   00.52

23 July   02.29

24 July   01.36

25 July   00.44

25 July   23.50

26 July   23.00

27 July   00.36

29 July   21.58

29 July   23.34

30 July   22.42

31 July    21.49

01 Aug    22.33

02 Aug    21.41

04 Aug    21.32