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See the Space Station

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It should appear as a fast moving bright star rising in the NW. It should climb to as high as 45 degrees above the horizon before setting in the east.There should be another opportunity just before 6PM on Saturday evening.Here is a NASA site where you can look to see when the Station will be passing overhead at a time when it is visible (dawn or dusk). Click the "Input" tab and enter your zip code, then click "Next Sighting". This applet requires Java be installed, so if you see nothing, that is probably why.It is easy to see. With binoculars, you might be able to see it as more than a bright white dot.

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David Klamet 6 years, 12 months ago

Went out at 5:45. Even through the clouds it was easily to find and easily visible.

Next time is Saturday evening, then it be come over the horizon at 5:57PM in the WNW and set in the SE.

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