International Space is over #Exmoor TWICE again tonight @exmoor4all @exmoornp

The International space station is TWICE over Exmoor National Park, today Thursday 29th March.

Time: 8:10 PM, Visible: 6 min, Max Height: 43°, Appears: 10° above SW, Disappears: 11° above E

and again

Time: 9:46 PM, Visible: 3 min, Max Height: 81°, Appears: 10° above W, Disappears: 79° above NNE

Backdropped by a blue and white part of Earth, the International Space Station is featured in this image photographed by an STS-130 crew member on space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation. Undocking of the two spacecraft occurred at 7:54 p.m. (EST) on Feb. 19, 2010.

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International Space is over #Exmoor again tonight @exmoor4all @exmoornp

iss051e035113 (May 2, 2017) — The Soyuz MS-03 crew ship (foreground) and the Progress 66 cargo craft are pictured as the International Space Station orbits about 250 miles above Earth.
Last Updated: Sept. 25, 2017

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The International space station is next over Exmoor National Park, today Wednesday 28th March.

Time: 21:02 PM, Visible: 5 min, Max Height: 62°, Appears: 10° above WSW, Disappears: 28° above E

International Space Station next over #Exmoor tonight @exmoornp @exmoormagazine




The International space station is next over the Exmoor National Park on Tuesday 4th April 20:17

Visible: 4 min, Max Height: 88°, Appears: 35° above WSW, Disappears: 11° above E

and again at 21.52

Visible: 2 min, Max Height: 84°, Appears: 18° above W, Disappears: 81° above ENE

This angled image of the ISS Solar Arrays frames the Earth scene taken by astronauts of Expedition 50.

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Station spatiale internationale à proximité de #Paris @paris @ParisJeTaime ‏




La Station Spatiale Internationale est à côté de Paris, Lundi Avril 3rd 22:10

Visible: 2 min, Hauteur maximum: 49°, Apparaît: 31° au dessus WNW, Disparaît: 31° au dessus NE

L’astronaute Scott Kelly a posté cette photo d’une aurore extraite de la Station spatiale internationale à Instagram avec la légende “Jour 154.” # La lueur violette d’Aurora ajoute du mystère au paysage nocturne.

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International Space Station next over #Exmoor @exmoornp @exmoormagazine



The International space station is next over the Exmoor National Park on Monday 3rd April 21:09

Visible: 4 min, Max Height: 80°, Appears: 28° above W, Disappears: 20° above E

S122-E-008915 (15 Feb. 2008) — Astronaut Rex Walheim, mission specialist, translates along the outside of the Columbus laboratory, the newest piece of hardware on the International Space Station. Astronaut Stanley Love (out of frame), mission specialist, shared this final period of STS-122 extravehicular activity with Walheim.

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Station spatiale internationale à proximité de #Paris @visitparis




L’équipage de l’Expédition 50 à bord de la Station spatiale internationale a eu une vue nocturne depuis l’orbite du volcan le plus actif d’Europe, l’Etna, en éruption le 19 mars 2017. L’astronaute Thomas Pesquet de l’Agence spatiale européenne a capturé cette image et l’a partagé avec ses disciples des réseaux sociaux , Écrivant, “l’Etna, en Sicile. Le volcan est actuellement en éruption et la lave fondue est visible de l’espace, la nuit! (Les lignes rouges à gauche)”.

Image Credit: ESA/NASA