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17 July 2011

Real-time satellite, ISS, and Space Shuttle orbital pass information: ISS visible over the Western Cape this evening.



(Click on images for larger view.)

The highlighted circle is the region where the satellite is at least 10° above your horizon. The size of the circle depends on the height of the satellite.

Solid part of orbit shows where the satellite is sunlit, and the dashed part where it is in the Earth's shadow and invisible.

International Space Station Orbital Tracking

Search Period Start: 00:00 Sunday, 17 July, 2011
Search Period End: 00:00 Wednesday, 27 July, 2011
Observer's Location: SAWDIS ( 34.1959°S, 22.0963°E)
Local Time: South African Standard Time (GMT + 2:00)
Orbit: 380 x 395 km, 51.6° (Epoch 16 Jul)

Date Starts Max. Altitude Ends
TimeAlt. Az. TimeAlt. Az. TimeAlt. Az.

17 Jul 19:26:32 10 NW 19:29:43 86 WSW 19:33:00 10 SE


Images: Orbitron + Heaven's Above
Data: Heaven's Above