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Watch as Chinese Space Station passes over Canberra tonight. No binoculars or telescope needed!

October 15, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 15 October 2017) Watch as China’s Tiangong 2 Space Station passes over Canberra tonight between 7.51pm AEDT and 7.59 pm AEDT. The space station will rise approximately in the South West, pass approximately overhead and then fade in the North East just before it reaches the horizon. It will appear as a slowly […]

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Satellite and planet watching in Canberra (ACT) tonight (16 January 2017)

January 16, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Send to Kindle(Posted 16 January 2017) Only a few moderately bright satellites are visible in tonight’s evening Canberra twilight (16 January 2017). You can use the highly recommended HeavensAbove.com website to generate customised viewing information for your suburb. The brightest satellite (the International Space Station) is not currently visible from Canberra. The highlight for tonight will be a […]

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Prime time for International Space Station watching

January 13, 2011 | By | 1 Comment

Now is prime time for viewing the International Space Station pass overhead in the Southern Hemisphere. Thanks to a combination of the International Space Station’s orbital inclination and our long Summer twilight periods, we can now see the International Space Station pass overhead multiple times in one night. The exact number depends on […]

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