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Here is how you can see the ISS, with naked eye
posted June 16 2011 19:15.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is a very cool site that i dug yesterday, when i was searching for photos from the ISS. This site calculates the path of the International Space Station. Then, you enter the coordinates of your location (simply through google earth). The site will then inform you the time and the date that the ISS is visible from earth with naked eye. Do not expect of course to see the astronauts smiling at you. Here is a link to see how the NanoSail-D looks from earth with naked eye. Same view you get for the ISS.

[Link: sightspacestation]
Tags: space related   cool site   satellite   telescope   tips   internet related   theory/tutorial   how to   

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  • At 20 June 2011, 20:13:28 user johniee wrote:   [reply @ johniee]
    • now it makes sense !

  • At 20 June 2011, 20:11:06 user Kammenos wrote:   [reply @ Kammenos]
    • @johniee this is not a real photo. it is just a screenshot from the animation program which shows the ISS route. Of course it is not visible in day light nor can someone see such details. And certainly it is not under the clouds.

  • At 20 June 2011, 19:13:56 user johniee wrote:   [reply @ johniee]
    • this photo must be fake.... the ISS under the clouds?

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