What time is the space station in the sky tonight?

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The International Space Station (ISS) has entered the 'twilight zone, ' giving sky-watchers in selected places around the world, unprecedented multiple views of the orbiting facility Thursday night in July 2010. From its orbit about 280 miles (450 kilometres) above Earth's surface, the ISS takes just 90 minutes to make a full circle around the planet.
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The time aboard the ISS is Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) - which is a time zone roughly halfway between Houston and Moscow, where the two main control centers are located. So when astronauts
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The site below is really good for finding times when the station will be visible in your area. Hope you have great viewing weather! :-) Source(s): http://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/realdata
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It will appear at about 7:07 p.m. above the northwest horizon, moving overhead toward the southeast. It will rise to 73 degrees & disappear around 7:12 p.m.
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The space station is not visible at all times and it cannot be seen during daytime.Space station can only be seen when its passsing through the sky above where ...
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