11
NOV
2015

See the International Space Station Ahead of Sunrise in November 2015

November 2015 sees the International Space Station (ISS) visible in the early morning sky ahead of sunrise. Look for a bright white light moving at a steady pace from west to east against the growing dawn light. It won’t flash or make a noise and it will be very bright – a
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06
OCT
2015

Watch the International Space Station Sail Overhead in October 2015

On Tuesday 6 October at 7:37pm BST the International Space Station (ISS) begins a series of nightly flybys over the UK. Look for a constant bright white light moving across the sky in a roughly west-to-east direction at speed. The space station is the brightest moving object in the Oc
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10
SEP
2015

See the International Space Station at Dawn in September 2015

The International Space Station (ISS) is visible in the dawn sky this September as it makes a series of passes over the UK beginning Sunday 13 September. Look for it as a constant bright white light travelling from a westerly direction into dawn’s first light. It’ll sail s
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27
JUL
2015

See the International Space Station Over UK Evening Skies in August 2015

August 2015 sees the International Space Station (ISS) appear once again in the evening skies above the UK. The action begins at 11:24pm on Friday 31 July with the first passage of the ISS over the UK in the evening sky since June. Look for a bright white light sailing silently overhe
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03
JUN
2015

Best Time to See the International Space Station in June 2015

The first two weeks of June 2015 sees the International Space Station (ISS) sail through UK skies during the evening and early hours of the morning. Look for a constant bright white light moving along a roughly west-to-east trajectory at a speed that is just a bit quicker than a high
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11
MAY
2015

International Space Station UK Dates and Times for May 2015

The International Space Station (ISS) can be seen from the UK during early mornings in the second half of May 2015. Look for a solid bright white light moving at an almost constant speed across the sky in a roughly easterly direction. The space station shines as bright as Jupiter, but
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03
APR
2015

Best Times to See the International Space Station in April 2015

The International Space Station (ISS) begins a series of evening passes over UK skies starting on 6th April 2015. For almost two weeks through to 19th April we’ll be able to see the space station sail silently overhead every evening. It is easy to identify. Just look up in the s
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08
FEB
2015

International Space Station Dates & Times for the UK in February 2015

February 2015 sees the International Space Station (ISS) return to the UK’s evening skies. It begins a nightly series of bright passes over the UK on Monday 9th February 2015, and will be visible every clear evening through until Friday 20th February. Space Station or Planet? Th
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14
JAN
2015

Best Times to See the International Space Station over the UK in January 2015

The International Space Station (ISS) makes a series of passes over UK skies just ahead of sunrise in January 2015. Look for a solid bright white light moving at a constant speed across the sky from the western horizon towards the eastern horizon. It’ll be the brightest moving o
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11
DEC
2014

International Space Station Dates & Times for the UK in December 2014

The International Space Station (ISS) is set for a series of dramatic passes across UK skies this December. Look out for a solid bright white light moving at an almost constant speed across the late afternoon / early evening sky. The action begins at approximately 5:47pm on Friday 12t
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