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The ISS will be observable from the UK from 16:48 GMT, 11th Janury, 2011.   (Mag 2.1)
Culmination at 16:52  (Mag -0.6)
Distance: 1021.2km

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The ISS will be observable from London from 16:22 GMT, 10th January, 2011.   (Mag 2.0)
Culmination at 16:26  (Mag -1.4) 
Height:  354km

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The ISS will be observable from London from 17:31 GMT.   (Mag 1.8)
Distance:  353.9km

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Observed a bright ISS at 17:07 GMT.

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The ISS (streak) below the Moon, and Jupiter also visible (far left).

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Observed a very bright ISS at 00:39 GMT.

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I managed to spot the International Space station at 20:20 GMT.
Bright and  moving west to east.

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Space shuttle Discovery visible by naked eye
U.S. space shuttle Discovery will be visible by the naked eye in Kuwait Monday evening, local daily the Kuwait Times reported.

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Naked-Eye Visibility Data for the International Space Station.

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Space shuttle will be visible for next week
For those who missed the spectacular launch, the shuttle will be visible every night until July 23rd. According to Nasa, it will pass over Dublin at 10.53pm tonight and 00.29am on Saturday morning and will be visible in the southern sky.
The International Space Station will be seen around the same time as the two objects are due to dock with each other tonight.

"Either it will be a space chase or the biggest manmade object ever assembled in the sky" - David Moore, Astronomy Ireland chairman.

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With the space shuttle set to launch July 11 for a trip to the space station (you can read more about that here), it wasn't too big a stretch to get word that the space station would pass overhead for a full 6 minutes tonight and think: Man, I gotta try to get me a picture of that!
Others have snapped the ISS with more skill and agility. But, hey, it's like catching (and releasing) your first fish, turning the key in your first car, or your first ... you get the idea.

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The international space station will be visible again today, weather permitting. It will appear as a solid white light, brighter than most stars, moving steadily across the sky.

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