06
OCT
2014

Best Dates and Times for the International Space Station in October UK Skies

ISS – Image Credit NASA The International Space Station (ISS) makes a series of bright evening passes over UK skies during October 2014. You can see the ISS with your naked eye as a continuous bright white light moving at a consistent speed across the night sky from west to east
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11
SEP
2014

See the International Space Station in the September Morning Sky Above the UK

ISS – Image Credit NASA September 2014 sees the International Space Station (ISS) cross UK skies during early mornings ahead of sunrise. Look for a bright white light moving at a steady pace across the sky on a roughly west-to-east trajectory. Some mornings the ISS will be high
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21
JUL
2014

Best Times to See International Space Station in August 2014

August 2014 sees the International Space Station (ISS) make a series of spectacular late evening passes over UK skies. The action begins just after midnight on Sunday 3 August with a 9-minute passage of the ISS . Look for a bright white light gliding across the August night sky, and m
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21
MAY
2014

International Space Station to Make Dramatic Appearance Over UK Skies in June 2014

The International Space Station (ISS) is set for a series of dramatic passes over UK skies in June 2014. Our action begins on Sunday 1st June at 00h 43m British Summer Time. Look to the south-west quadrant of sky for a sudden and dramatic appearance of the ISS at magnitude -3.0. It
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05
APR
2014

Dates and Times to See the ISS over the UK in April 2014

The International Space Station (ISS) begins a two-week series of evening passes over the UK on Sunday 6th April. For the first few days until about April 9th the ISS will be difficult to see as it’ll be low down towards the southern horizon, and visible only for a short amount
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12
MAR
2014

International Space Station over UK Skies on March Mornings

Following on from Channel 4’s Live from Space season the International Space Station (ISS) can be seen for real over UK skies this March, all by just looking up at the sky from the ground. You’ll have to get up early. The best times to see the ISS in March 2014 are between
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14
JAN
2014

ISS makes Morning Appearance over UK Skies in January

ISS – Image Credit NASA The International Space Station (ISS) can be spied in the pre-dawn sky over the UK on January mornings. Watch out for this silent sentinel sailing overhead from east to west as a bright constant light moving at 17,500 mph. The ISS orbits the Earth every 9
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12
DEC
2013

Best Times to See the ISS over UK Skies in December 2013

Mid and Late December 2013 sees the International Space Station (ISS) sail over UK skies during the early evening. Some of the best passes are between 4:30pm and 6pm, just as many folk are on their drive home from work. If you’re stuck in traffic on a clear evening, do look up i
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04
OCT
2013

ISS visible over UK skies again in Mid October 2013

The ISS (International Space Station) is set to make a series of bright evening passes over UK skies during mid October 2013. We first get to see the orbiting platform on Thursday evening 10 October. Look to the southwest horizon at just before 19:18 to see a faint light slowly moving
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06
JUN
2013

Watch the Albert Einstein ATV4 Mission Hunt Down the ISS this June

The ISS (International Space Station) is making some dramatic passes over UK skies during June 2013. It is often bright and high up in the sky in the evenings, making it easy to see. It is also being chased down by the Albert Einstein ATV4 Mission, which is scheduled to dock with the
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