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International Space Station: How to view as it flies over east coast of Australia – 7NEWS.com.au

Over the next two nights, stargazers have an opportunity to get a clear view of the space station.

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The International Space Station (ISS) will be passing over the skies of Australia over the next two nights.
So where and when is the best time to see it where you live?
On Monday night, sky gazers in Brisbane should keep their eyes peeled for a bright dot passing over the city skyline at around 6.44pm local time.
The space station will be seen approaching from the south-west and will then disappear in the north-east around 6.51pm, so youll have to get your timing right.
You wont need a telescope…

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