Monthly Archives: February 2014

@NASA_Johnson @VirtualAstro Very bright #ISS pass over UK Sun Feb 16 6:30pm. Every #issabove in UK will be going #craycray



If you live in the UK – just go outside and Look Up at  6:30pm on Sunday Feb 16th.   ISS will begin low in the W and go directly overhead at 6:34pm.

The numerous ISS-Above devices currently in the UK will be making a big fuss with their colourful displays to show how close the ISS is to you.



Date: 16 February 2014
Orbit: 413 x 418 km, 51.7° (Epoch: 15 February)


Event Time Altitude Azimuth Distance (km) Brightness Sun altitude
Rises 18:29:04 269° (W) 2,354 2.7 -11.7°
Reaches altitude 10° 18:31:10 10° 270° (W) 1,491 1.1 -12.1°
Maximum altitude 18:34:31 85° 358° (N) 421 -3.3 -12.6°
Enters shadow 18:36:25 24° 87° (E) 913 -2.2 -12.9°

All information provided by

The Planetary Society Offices in Pasadena

ISS-Above at The Planetary Society

I am very excited to announce that today I installed an ISS-Above at the offices of The Planetary Society in Pasadena.

The Planetary Society, founded in 1980 by Carl Sagan, Bruce Murray, and Louis Friedman, to inspire and involve the world’s public in space exploration through advocacy, projects, and education. Today, The Planetary Society is the largest and most influential public space organization group on Earth. Bill Nye The Science Guy is their CEO.

Here are some photos of the ISS-Above in their offices.

Look out for tweets coming from this ISS-Above!