International Space Station - TONIGHT!!!

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Love looking out for it, i follow VirtualAstro (@VirtualAstro) | Twitter who post times and alerts etc.

Starlinks should also be visable tonight, as they have been the past few nights (read about them here Starlink: SpaceX's satellite internet project)

Here are a few images of the ISS i've taken, using my mobile phone, using a 30s exposure

1 - 29th March 2019 - Southview Holiday Park, Skegness



2 - 25th March 2019 - In the back garden, Bishop Auckland

 
Love looking out for it, i follow VirtualAstro (@VirtualAstro) | Twitter who post times and alerts etc.

Starlinks should also be visable tonight, as they have been the past few nights (read about them here Starlink: SpaceX's satellite internet project)

Here are a few images of the ISS i've taken, using my mobile phone, using a 30s exposure

1 - 29th March 2019 - Southview Holiday Park, Skegness



2 - 25th March 2019 - In the back garden, Bishop Auckland

Do you have a tripod, or are you just pleased to see me?
 

jarramackem

Winger
Looking clear for a good show tonight.
Starlink starts at 9:20 followed by the ISS at 9:35 with continued Starlink Satellites every 30s until 10pm
 

robcal

Striker
That was a brilliant ISS pass tonight - really close to the moon, but then the stream of Starlink satellites was amazing - I was watching them for about 15min
Viewing from Cheshire, near Manchester airport btw. Really clear skies
Viewing from Cheshire, near Manchester airport btw. Really clear skies
We were watching it in the back garden, pretty amazing. Same again tonight at 9:20
 

Marcosplace

Striker
The ISS will pass over us tonight at 8.27pm Get a drink and have a look up.

Its supposed to be clear tonight so thats good. The ISS is the 3rd fastest moving thing in the universe and its geet bright.

However ........ its only visible for 4 mins and it does get a bit of a shift on - like 27,000 kph

You need to know where to look or you will probably just dribble beer and say what a load of tripe.

Go to "ISS Tracker" to see how to do it. I have not learned how to post links yet but the NASA site is good. Theres an App as well.

Basically its pretty much straight up coming from the west heading south (ish).......... fast.

Good luck!
Too cloudy in Seaham
 

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