International Space Station

ISS observation

When can I spot the Space Station?

Observing of the International Space Station

The International Space Station (ISS) can easily be spotted with the naked eye. Because of its size (110m x 100m x 30m), it reflects a large amount of sunlight.

The best time to observe the ISS is when it is nighttime at your location, and the Space Station is sunlit. Often, such a viewing situation occurs in the morning before sunrise, or in the evening after sunset.

Visible ISS passes over New York City

You find a list of the next sighting opportunities for New York City below. The green bars indicate the brightness of the ISS on its pass.

The list contains all visible passes of the ISS during the next ten days. Please click on a pass to get more details.

Past ISS passes

Sun, Jul 05, 2020

Begin
02:48:48 AM EDT
Dur.
3:19
-2.4 mag
Sun, Jul 05, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:48:48 AM 02:48:59 AM 02:52:07 AM
Direction NW NNW NE
Altitude 39° 40° 10°
Brightness -2.4 mag -2.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:24:34 AM EDT
Dur.
3:48
-0.9 mag
Sun, Jul 05, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:24:34 AM 04:26:28 AM 04:28:22 AM
Direction NW N NNE
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.9 mag -0.9 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Mon, Jul 06, 2020

Begin
02:02:41 AM EDT
Dur.
1:54
-2.0 mag
Mon, Jul 06, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:02:41 AM 02:02:41 AM 02:04:35 AM
Direction NE NE NE
Altitude 31° 31° 10°
Brightness -2.0 mag -2.0 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
03:36:22 AM EDT
Dur.
4:29
-1.0 mag
Mon, Jul 06, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 03:36:22 AM 03:38:37 AM 03:40:51 AM
Direction WNW NNW NNE
Altitude 10° 17° 10°
Brightness -1.0 mag -1.0 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
05:14:46 AM EDT
Dur.
3:11
-0.7 mag
Mon, Jul 06, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 05:14:46 AM 05:16:26 AM 05:17:57 AM
Direction NNW N NE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Tue, Jul 07, 2020

Begin
01:16:31 AM EDT
Dur.
0:27
-0.8 mag
Tue, Jul 07, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 01:16:31 AM 01:16:31 AM 01:16:58 AM
Direction ENE ENE ENE
Altitude 13° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.8 mag -0.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:49:27 AM EDT
Dur.
3:55
-1.3 mag
Tue, Jul 07, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:49:27 AM 02:50:47 AM 02:53:22 AM
Direction NW NNW NNE
Altitude 17° 21° 10°
Brightness -1.3 mag -1.3 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:26:58 AM EDT
Dur.
3:07
-0.7 mag
Tue, Jul 07, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:26:58 AM 04:28:32 AM 04:30:05 AM
Direction NNW N NNE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Wed, Jul 08, 2020

Begin
02:03:13 AM EDT
Dur.
2:39
-1.8 mag
Wed, Jul 08, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:03:13 AM 02:03:13 AM 02:05:52 AM
Direction NNW NNW NE
Altitude 27° 27° 10°
Brightness -1.8 mag -1.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
03:38:58 AM EDT
Dur.
3:17
-0.7 mag
Wed, Jul 08, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 03:38:58 AM 03:40:36 AM 03:42:15 AM
Direction NW N NNE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
05:16:10 AM EDT
Dur.
3:07
-1.1 mag
Wed, Jul 08, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 05:16:10 AM 05:18:26 AM 05:19:17 AM
Direction NNW NNE NE
Altitude 10° 17° 16°
Brightness -1.1 mag -1.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Thu, Jul 09, 2020

Begin
01:16:55 AM EDT
Dur.
1:26
-1.4 mag
Thu, Jul 09, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 01:16:55 AM 01:16:55 AM 01:18:21 AM
Direction NNE NNE NE
Altitude 22° 22° 10°
Brightness -1.4 mag -1.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:50:47 AM EDT
Dur.
3:49
-0.9 mag
Thu, Jul 09, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:50:47 AM 02:52:41 AM 02:54:36 AM
Direction NW N NNE
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.9 mag -0.9 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:28:36 AM EDT
Dur.
3:52
-0.9 mag
Thu, Jul 09, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:28:36 AM 04:30:32 AM 04:32:28 AM
Direction NNW N NE
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.9 mag -0.9 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Fri, Jul 10, 2020

Begin
12:30:32 AM EDT
Dur.
0:14
-0.6 mag
Fri, Jul 10, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 12:30:32 AM 12:30:32 AM 12:30:46 AM
Direction NE NE NE
Altitude 12° 12° 10°
Brightness -0.6 mag -0.6 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:03:26 AM EDT
Dur.
3:35
-1.1 mag
Fri, Jul 10, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:03:26 AM 02:04:47 AM 02:07:01 AM
Direction NW NNW NNE
Altitude 14° 17° 10°
Brightness -1.1 mag -1.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
03:40:56 AM EDT
Dur.
3:20
-0.7 mag
Fri, Jul 10, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 03:40:56 AM 03:42:36 AM 03:44:16 AM
Direction NNW N NE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
05:17:19 AM EDT
Dur.
3:24
-1.8 mag
Fri, Jul 10, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 05:17:19 AM 05:20:14 AM 05:20:43 AM
Direction NW NNE NE
Altitude 10° 28° 27°
Brightness -1.8 mag -1.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Sat, Jul 11, 2020

Begin
01:16:54 AM EDT
Dur.
2:35
-1.4 mag
Sat, Jul 11, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 01:16:54 AM 01:16:54 AM 01:19:29 AM
Direction NNW NNW NNE
Altitude 21° 21° 10°
Brightness -1.4 mag -1.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:53:05 AM EDT
Dur.
3:07
-0.7 mag
Sat, Jul 11, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:53:05 AM 02:54:38 AM 02:56:12 AM
Direction NNW N NNE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:29:47 AM EDT
Dur.
5:13
-1.4 mag
Sat, Jul 11, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:29:47 AM 04:32:23 AM 04:35:00 AM
Direction NNW NNE ENE
Altitude 10° 21° 10°
Brightness -1.4 mag -1.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Sun, Jul 12, 2020

Begin
12:30:07 AM EDT
Dur.
1:50
-1.5 mag
Sun, Jul 12, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 12:30:07 AM 12:30:07 AM 12:31:57 AM
Direction N N NE
Altitude 23° 23° 10°
Brightness -1.5 mag -1.5 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:05:01 AM EDT
Dur.
3:18
-0.7 mag
Sun, Jul 12, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:05:01 AM 02:06:40 AM 02:08:19 AM
Direction NW N NNE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
03:42:14 AM EDT
Dur.
4:31
-1.1 mag
Sun, Jul 12, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 03:42:14 AM 03:44:29 AM 03:46:45 AM
Direction NNW NNE ENE
Altitude 10° 17° 10°
Brightness -1.1 mag -1.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
05:18:29 AM EDT
Dur.
3:44
-3.1 mag
Sun, Jul 12, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 05:18:29 AM 05:21:46 AM 05:22:13 AM
Direction NW NE E
Altitude 10° 67° 57°
Brightness -3.1 mag -3.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
11:42:42 PM EDT
Dur.
1:40
-1.6 mag
Sun, Jul 12, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 11:42:42 PM 11:42:42 PM 11:44:22 PM
Direction NNE NNE NE
Altitude 25° 25° 10°
Brightness -1.6 mag -1.6 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Mon, Jul 13, 2020

Begin
01:16:47 AM EDT
Dur.
3:50
-0.9 mag
Mon, Jul 13, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 01:16:47 AM 01:18:42 AM 01:20:37 AM
Direction NW N NNE
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.9 mag -0.9 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:54:37 AM EDT
Dur.
3:51
-0.9 mag
Mon, Jul 13, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:54:37 AM 02:56:32 AM 02:58:28 AM
Direction NNW N NE
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.9 mag -0.9 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:30:52 AM EDT
Dur.
6:17
-2.4 mag
Mon, Jul 13, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:30:52 AM 04:34:01 AM 04:37:09 AM
Direction NW NNE ESE
Altitude 10° 41° 10°
Brightness -2.4 mag -2.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
09:15:16 PM EDT
Dur.
3:32
-0.8 mag
Mon, Jul 13, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 09:15:16 PM 09:17:02 PM 09:18:48 PM
Direction SSE SE E
Altitude 10° 14° 10°
Brightness -0.8 mag -0.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
10:50:10 PM EDT
Dur.
6:34
-3.0 mag
Mon, Jul 13, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 10:50:10 PM 10:53:27 PM 10:56:44 PM
Direction WSW NW NE
Altitude 10° 66° 10°
Brightness -3.0 mag -3.0 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Tue, Jul 14, 2020

Begin
12:28:29 AM EDT
Dur.
4:30
-1.1 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 12:28:29 AM 12:30:44 AM 12:32:59 AM
Direction WNW NNW NNE
Altitude 10° 17° 10°
Brightness -1.1 mag -1.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:06:54 AM EDT
Dur.
3:19
-0.7 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:06:54 AM 02:08:33 AM 02:10:13 AM
Direction NNW N NE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
03:43:16 AM EDT
Dur.
5:49
-1.8 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 03:43:16 AM 03:46:11 AM 03:49:05 AM
Direction NW NNE E
Altitude 10° 28° 10°
Brightness -1.8 mag -1.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
05:19:56 AM EDT
Dur.
3:52
-2.3 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 05:19:56 AM 05:23:03 AM 05:23:48 AM
Direction WNW SW S
Altitude 10° 40° 33°
Brightness -2.3 mag -2.3 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
10:02:26 PM EDT
Dur.
6:35
-3.1 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 10:02:26 PM 10:05:43 PM 10:09:01 PM
Direction SW SE ENE
Altitude 10° 72° 10°
Brightness -3.1 mag -3.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
11:40:12 PM EDT
Dur.
5:12
-1.4 mag
Tue, Jul 14, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 11:40:12 PM 11:42:48 PM 11:45:24 PM
Direction WNW NNW NNE
Altitude 10° 21° 10°
Brightness -1.4 mag -1.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.

Wed, Jul 15, 2020

Begin
01:19:00 AM EDT
Dur.
3:06
-0.7 mag
Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 01:19:00 AM 01:20:33 AM 01:22:06 AM
Direction NNW N NNE
Altitude 10° 13° 10°
Brightness -0.7 mag -0.7 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
02:55:42 AM EDT
Dur.
5:11
-1.4 mag
Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 02:55:42 AM 02:58:17 AM 03:00:53 AM
Direction NNW NNE ENE
Altitude 10° 21° 10°
Brightness -1.4 mag -1.4 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
04:32:05 AM EDT
Dur.
6:34
-3.1 mag
Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 04:32:05 AM 04:35:22 AM 04:38:39 AM
Direction WNW SW SE
Altitude 10° 72° 10°
Brightness -3.1 mag -3.1 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
09:14:55 PM EDT
Dur.
6:15
-2.3 mag
Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 09:14:55 PM 09:18:02 PM 09:21:10 PM
Direction SSW SE ENE
Altitude 10° 40° 10°
Brightness -2.3 mag -2.3 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.
Begin
10:51:59 PM EDT
Dur.
5:50
-1.8 mag
Wed, Jul 15, 2020 Begin Max. End
Time (EDT) 10:51:59 PM 10:54:54 PM 10:57:49 PM
Direction W NNW NE
Altitude 10° 28° 10°
Brightness -1.8 mag -1.8 mag
The grey circle indicates the area where the Space Station is at least 10° above the horizon.
The red line shows where the ISS is sunlit and visible.
On the blue line the ISS is in the Earth's shadow and invisible or it is less than 10° above the horizon or the sky is not dark enough to see the ISS.