In South East Queensland? Look up for the International Space Station in the early evening sky

October 4, 2011 | By | Add a Comment
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If you are in South East Queensland and you are covering the Space theme this term, don’t forget to sent your students outside this week to look for the International Space Station. Depending on when and what day you are looking, the International Space Station will be visible passing across the sky as a brilliant white star. The exact viewing times will vary so it is best to go here on this site for instructions on how to generate viewing information for your location.

For Brisbane residents, Thursday will definitely be the best night with the station visible from 6.45 – 6.50pm AEST.

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