Tag: International Space Station

#BrisbaneAstronomy Space Station visible in morning sky 30 Jan – 6 February 2017 to unaided eye.

January 28, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 28 January 2017) If you are an early riser living in Brisbane (Queensland), you might like to look for the International Space Station over the period 30 January – 6 February 2017. To the unaided eye, the Space Station will look like a slowly moving star passing overhead. The highly recommended website HeavensAbove.com has further […]

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#GoldCoastAstronomy Space Station visible in morning sky 30 Jan – 6 February 2017 to unaided eye.

January 28, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 28 January 2017) If you are an early riser living on the Gold Coast (Queensland), you might like to look for the International Space Station over the period 30 January – 6 February 2017. To the unaided eye, the Space Station will look like a slowly moving star passing overhead. The highly recommended website […]

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#CanberraAstronomy Space Station visible in morning sky 1 – 6 February 2017 to unaided eye.

January 28, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 28 January 2017) If you are an early riser living in Canberra (Australian Capital Territory), you might like to look for the International Space Station over the period 1 – 6 February 2017. To the unaided eye, the Space Station will look like a slowly moving star passing overhead. The highly recommended website […]

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#GoldCoastAstronomy Space Station visible in the e…

November 10, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle#GoldCoastAstronomy Space Station visible in the evening sky 12 – 19 November to unaided eye. Finder charts: heavens-above.com/PassSummary.as…

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Gold Coast sky watchers! Look up Sunday night. Mars at opposition and Space Station to zip overhead.

May 16, 2016 | By | 1 Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 18 May 2016) This Sunday (22 May 2016) is going to be a busy one for casual sky watchers on the Gold Coast (Queensland, Australia)! The International Space Station is going to pass directly overhead and the planet Mars will reach opposition on the same night. As an added bonus , the […]

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Hobart – Your turn to watch the Space Station pass very close to Venus and Jupiter Thursday night (9 July 2015)

July 8, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 8 July 2015) As seen from Hobart, the International Space Station will put on another show tomorrow night (Thursday 9 July 2015) when it passes very close to Venus and Jupiter. Just look for a bright slowly moving star moving as per the below chart. The above map (thanks to Heavens-Above.com) shows the […]

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In Sydney CBD? Watch the International Space Station cross Jupiter tonight in evening twilight!

July 8, 2015 | By | 2 Comments

Send to Kindle(Posted 8 July 2015) If you work in the Sydney Central Business District and have the opportunity to down pens (or keyboards or whatever …) at 5:30 pm, then you should. As seen from the CBD, the International Space Station will cross Jupiter. The above map (thanks to Heavens-Above.com) shows the view from […]

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This weeks upcoming predictable space and astronomy events and anniversaries (24 – 30 March 2014)

March 23, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Posted 23 March 2014 This post is biased towards events that can be seen with the unaided eye or via the Internet. It also can only cover predictable events. Random events such as asteroid impacts won’t be listed. Where events are time specific, I have listed the events in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) […]

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This weeks upcoming predictable space and astronomy events and anniversaries (17 – 23 March 2014)

March 16, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Posted 16 March 2014 This post is biased towards events that can be seen with the unaided eye or via the Internet. It also can only cover predictable events. Random events such as asteroid impacts won’t be listed. Where events are time specific, I have listed the events in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) […]

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This weeks upcoming predictable space and astronomy events and anniversaries (10 – 16 March 2014)

March 9, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Posted 9 March 2014 This post is biased towards events that can be seen with the unaided eye or via the Internet. It also can only cover predictable events. Random events such as asteroid impacts won’t be listed. Where events are time specific, I have listed the events in AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time) […]

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