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The International Space Station

The giant International Space Station (ISS for short) whizzes around the Earth every 92 minutes. On some passes it catches the Sun’s light at just the right angle to light it up, letting you see it from Earth. If you know where and when to look, you can always spot the ISS. Find out when the ISS passes over on Heavens Above website.

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