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International Space Station

May 5, 2009

How cool would it be to see the earth from the ISS? Or see the ISS from earth? Thanks to NASA you can see both.

Andrew and I spent about an hour looking at the earth from the ISS on NASATV.

Depending on your location on Earth, the ISS’s position in orbit and the time of day, you may be able to see it. It orbits about 240 miles above the planet and will look like a steady white pinpoint of light moving slowly across the sky.

Here is the next sighting for Omaha, NE. Information provided by NASA. Better get up early.


Here is the path it will take. To get a better view click on photo above, enter zip code and then click on “Sky Track”.


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