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International Space Station is Flying over Russia Now
5.02.2017 13:49
International Space Station is Flying over Russia Now

From February 2 to 9 the trajectory of the International Space Station will run over most of Russia's land.

      It means that there is an opportunity here to see the ISS and take its pictures in the evening or night sky in clear weather.

      "ISS is visible by the unaided eye, and even brighter than any star, but it passes very low above the horizon, over its southern part" - the leading researcher of Pulkovo Observatory, Georgi Goncharov points out.

      The ISS is moving in the direction from the west to the east.

      See approximate timing of the ISS visibility from a number of Russian cities on the Roscosmos website.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: International Space Station     

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