When Can I See the Space Station in the Sky?

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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 one lives.Just before and after sunrise are the best times to see the space station because the rising and setting sun can reflect its powerful rays off of the many facets of the station. It appears as an extremely bright, silent, and fast-moving star.It can be viewable for 3 to 4 minutes.
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NASA maintains a webpage that shows predicted times that the space station may be visible. I'm providing the link below... there are numbers and codes, so you should read the explainer
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1. The International Space Station - or ISS, as NASA calls it - continuously orbits about 230 miles above the Earth. It is the largest manmade satellite in orbit, and is traveling
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You can never see the I.S.S. from Earth, only in space.
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The naked-eye visibility charts for the International Space Station and the Space Shuttle during a mission can be found through the Human Space Flight home page at the Web site link
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