Space Week 2020: How to view ISS fly without a telescope

The International Space Station is seen in this 30 second exposure as it flies over Elkton, VA early in the morning, Saturday, August 1, 2015.

Space Week is the largest space program celebrated every October 4 to 10. Space Week 2020 is the theme of “Satellite Improve Life” and is being performed by thousands of organizations, including aerospace companies, schools, ground agencies, and space agencies, including NASA.

As World Space Week 2020 celebrates, it’s best to celebrate with itVisiting the International Space Station (ISS) Tuesday, October 6, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Announced On Twitter, the ISS will take off from the Northwest this evening at 7:36 p.m.

(Photo: NASA / Bill Engels)
The International Space Station is seen in this 30-second exposure as it flies over Elkton, VA in the morning, Saturday, August 1, 2015.

A viewing link is included in the tweet Schedule, Application – Sequence, In which users can change the position to get a more specific viewing time. Time shared by The Marshall is based on viewing for Huntsville, Alabama. The schedule includes daily viewing from Sunday 11th October.

For October 6, ISS can be seen for three minutes, which will be enough to see the station as it moves at a faster speed. It will be visible from the west-northwest part of the sky and then move to the southeast when it reaches a high point of 68 degrees from a distance.

To see the ISS, you will need a chance to see it because it is moving really fast and it is not always visible to the naked eye. Meanwhile, cloudy weather conditions will not have much effect as the temperature will drop to around 60 degrees.

Refer to the station monitoring schedule

(Photo: Station Spot)
Refer to the station monitoring schedule

ISS can be seen without the need for binoculars because, like the moon, it reflects light from the sun. However, each time it passes at a different time, it is in a different situation. Also, it is possible that the station will look incredible and bright for a few minutes while sometimes it looks very mediocre, so it cannot be seen.

For Wednesday, October 7th, the ISS can be seen twice: 6:49 pm for about 6 minutes and then 8:30 pm for just one minute.

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International Space Station Facts

International Space Station

(Photo: NASA Marshall / Twitter)
International Space Station

  • Since November 2000, the ISS has been touring with 240 people from 19 countries.
  • The ISS orbits the earth 16 times in 24 hours or every 90 minutes as it travels five sides per second.
  • Six people live and work in the ISS. On September 2, 2017, Peggy Whitson Recorded most lives and work in ISS with a total of 665 days.
  • IS Living and working space is larger than a six bedroom home. It has six sleeping quarters, two bathrooms, and a 360 degree view bay window. It also includes a gym, so astronauts work to reduce the loss of bone and muscle mass.
  • Since December 1998, astronauts and cosmos have made at least 230 Spacewalk As they build, upgrade and maintain the station.
  • Once launched from Earth, a spacecraft can reach the space station as fast as four hours.

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