Spot the Station makes ISS stalking easier11/4/2012
Armchair International Space Station fans no longer have to rely on their space geek friends for viewing tips. Spot the Station is NASA's latest public outreach program, sending location-specific alerts via email or text message to people when the ISS will be visible in their area. Alerts are only sent when the International Space Station's position in the sky, interval of visibility and sky clarity are all deemed to be satisfactory. Theoretically, acceptable viewing events should occur several times a month, so opportunities to nonchalantly look into the sky and impress your friends by spotting the ISS abound. [Source]
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