Space station promises spectacular passes

Space station promises spectacular passes

The International Space Station (ISS) is visible in the evening sky again this coming week, and we have some really spectacular passes to look forward to. To see the ISS, just go out on the dates and at the times given, face the west and wait for a bright star to climb up from the horizon. That's the ISS. An '*' means that the ISS will be particularly high and bright that evening: April 9, 21.44*; April 10, 20.51*; April 11, 21.33*; April 12, 22.16; April 13, 21.22*; April 14, 22.05; April 15, 21.11.

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