How to see the International Space Station fly past
GET those telescopes ready, because the International Space Station will be making another pass tonight.
NASA's premiere space station will be visible from 6:36pm tonight for about three minutes at a maximum height of about 43°.
Because of its large size, the ISS reflects enough light to be seen with the human eye.
According to NASA's website, the ISS looks like a "very bright star moving across the sky."
More possible sightings of the station from Maryborough are listed below:
- Friday, August 25 - 7.22pm for one minute, maximum height 21°
- Saturday, August 26 - 6.30pm for four minutes, maximum height 47°
- Monday, August 28 - 6.23pm for three minutes, maximum height 16°
Select 'More Sightings' below to see when you can see the ISS