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Kirov Dwellers Will See International Space Station
30.07.2016 22:16
Kirov Dwellers Will See International Space Station

From July 29 to August 7 dwellers of the Kirov Region will be able to watch the flight of the ISS.


      The brightness of the International Space Station will be comparable to that of Jupiter, Mars and Mercury.


      July 30, August 1 and 2 will be the best days for observation. On these days the ISS will reach its maximum height over the horizon. The International Space Station is one of the brightest satellites of the Earth. It can be observed even from large megalopolises with intense light pollution. Visually it makes you feel that the object is flying rather low, but it is not so. The ISS flies at the height of hundreds kilometers from the  surface of the Earth.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Space Station Kirov    

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