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See & Do -international space station locator

Did you know that the International Space Station is visible to the naked eye as a (not-so-faint anymore) star? As assembly continues, the light dot will grow to a brilliant star in the morning or evening skies second only in brightness to the planet Venus. Click on the map below to find the current location of the Space Station and check out "Sighting Opportunities" if you'd like to see the Station as it passes overhead.

 


screen shot from the international space station locator
(click here to load the locator on the NASA site)

 

 

*Click on images for captions
Photo credits for all images: NASA.

 

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