ISS Passes

The International Space Station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes or so at an altitude of 400km. When not in the Earth's shadow, the ISS is illuminated by the Sun and can be seen by Earth dwellers after sunset and before sunrise. The times below are for Bath, Somerset and are in local time.

DateMagStartMaxEnd
Mon 24 Jan-2.918:50:31 look
W alt 11°
87°18:53:46 look
SSE alt 87°
Tue 25 Jan-3.018:02:30 look
WSW alt 11°
75°18:07:39 look
E alt 23°
Tue 25 Jan-1.119:39:17 look
W alt 11°
24°19:40:39 look
W alt 24°
Wed 26 Jan-2.918:51:14 look
W alt 11°
83°18:54:30 look
N alt 83°
Thu 27 Jan-3.018:03:10 look
W alt 11°
85°18:08:37 look
E alt 20°
Thu 27 Jan-1.119:39:58 look
W alt 11°
23°19:41:19 look
W alt 23°
Fri 28 Jan-2.918:51:55 look
W alt 11°
86°18:55:27 look
ESE alt 74°
Sat 29 Jan-3.018:03:50 look
W alt 11°
86°18:09:16 look
E alt 20°
Sat 29 Jan-1.119:40:49 look
W alt 12°
24°19:42:09 look
W alt 24°
Sun 30 Jan-2.618:52:30 look
W alt 10°
59°18:56:17 look
SSE alt 50°
Mon 31 Jan-3.018:04:26 look
W alt 11°
74°18:10:23 look
ESE alt 15°
Mon 31 Jan-1.019:41:35 look
W alt 11°
22°19:43:21 look
SW alt 22°
Tue 01 Feb-1.818:53:16 look
W alt 11°
33°18:57:27 look
SSE alt 24°
Wed 02 Feb-2.418:04:56 look
W alt 10°
45°18:11:20 look
SE alt 10°
Wed 02 Feb-0.219:43:09 look
WSW alt 10°
12°19:44:56 look
SSW alt 11°