Morning Spaceship Flybys

Written by The Night Sky Guy on February 18, 2010 – 12:23 pm -

If you can get out of bed early enough over the next week or so then you have a great chance to see the International Space Station make an overhead pass. Looking like a gliding star in the predawn sky, it will appear to be very bright – thanks to the new module additions  made by the shuttle crew.

So when and where to catch this football field sized lab zip by? Get your own viewing timetable for your city by clicking on the space station icon on the right-sidebar or just go to the Sky Tonight page and scroll down.


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