|The following links provide
time tables for when best catch a glimpse of a Space Shuttle or the ISS as they pass
across the early evening or morning sky.
They generally pass quite quickly and depending on the angle of the Sun
below the horizon they can sometimes become very bright as sunlight is reflected off them.
Grab the kids and take them outside for a
look. Best to prepare at least 5 to 10-minutes ahead of the scheduled times.
To see a rough movie we took of an ISS pass
through an SW252
in June 2005 click here.