June 10, 2011

Watch the ISS anytime you like….almost!

Near the northern summer solstice most, if not all night ISS passes are visible because of the high sun angle here in the northern hemisphere. Here are some of the best during the coming week.

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Louisville and southeastern USA

24 Jul 06:06:57  SW>NE

Chicago-Dallas midwest

24 Jul 05:07:36 SSW > ENE

26 Jul 04:48:00 SW > ENE

Dallas

24 Jul 05:06:30 30 S > ENE

26 Jul 04:48:00 72 NE > NE

Denver

27 Jul 04:24:47 SSW > 68 ENE

LAX

26 Jul 04:20:18 80 S > NE

Seattle/Pacific Northwest

31 Jul 04:19:00 WSW >> 87 ENE

Above sightings are for locales as noted and all times are local daylight time. For any other location click the Heavens-Above link at the right.

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