ISS pass predictions

The ISS is an excellent place to start if you are interested in astronomy, as it is easily the third-brightest object in the night sky (behind the moon and Venus) when it is overhead and is readily observed. The link below computes pass prediction data for thousands of locations; weather permitting, most beginning observers should be able to make visual contact with the station during these fly-overs. Use the link below to calculate pass data for your location.

More data for the ISS and other satellites (as well as general astronomy predictions) can be found at www.heavens-above.com.

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