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NASA – International Space Station tracking
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Lots of folks asking where we are, what we see right now.
Go here to find us –
Roll your mouse over the Space Station on map 
and it will show you who is currently aboard SS.
This is FUN
This NASA site enables you to see the ISS 

as it zooms across the sky.
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/index.html

International Space Station flight sightings for Sydney
from 30 January through to Sat Feb 13 are located here –
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/cities/view.cgi?country=Australia&region=New_South_Wales&city=Sydney.

Trivia: On a clear day/night it should be see-able! …lol
or you may need a telescope for a clearer view.

About Frances
Frances Sydney, Australia Compulsive Reader, Computer Enthusiast and Reluctant Gardener.

One Response to

  1. val says:

    Yeah, me and telescopes. I have 2 sky-watching ones and some huge binoculars. But the damn sky is too light-polluted to see a thing!

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