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International Space Station
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Spot the international space station from you home town
The ISS is for us mortals still unreachable. But you can spot it from anywhere in the world. Find your location on: http://esa.heavens-above.com/esa/iss_step1.asp?nored=1. It will show you the crossing of the ISS near your location. Catch this event by either: Making a picture of the ISS crossing. Or a picture, showing your watch, gps and a printout of the crossing from the above mentioned website. I'll hope this is the first geocaching into space :) PS. The coordinates are the coordinates of the ISS, when I filled in this form PS2. Recently I found a new program, that simulates the sky from not only the earth, but from every other point in the galaxy. With this program it is possible to watch you place from the ISS :) You can find it at: http://celestia.sourceforge.net/
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