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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