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20 years 5 months ago #589 by albertw
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Hi,

The ISS is visible again in the morning skies over Ireland until November 11th. Most passes are between 4 and 6.30 am.

Log in to www.heavens-above.com to get details for your location.
Nasa also provide this service at spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/...vaSSOP/JavaSSOP.html

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20 years 4 months ago #740 by albertw
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The ISS is now in the late evening skies, between 7 and 9 each night. For exact times call 1850... oops sorry I mean see the links above! :-)

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20 years 4 months ago #741 by ei5fk
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Needless to say this service is "free" Great to see a genuine service like this of use to astronomers and public alike

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20 years 4 months ago #742 by finnjim2001
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I thought you had to get a 1550 number to get this information

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20 years 4 months ago #744 by albertw
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I thought you had to get a 1550 number to get this information


oops, yep A&S run a 1550 number not an 1850 one, i.e. 74c/min.


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20 years 4 months ago #781 by albertw
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Sunday evening is the last night to get to see the ISS for a little while.

It will be at magnitude 2.8, moving WSW to SSW at an elevation of about 10 degrees at about 19:11 SUnday evening. More accurate details as always from heavens above or the NASA sites listed above.

Enjoy.

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