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The BBC's ISS Tracker is updated and useable for the duration of every major mission to the space station tracker.

In the meantime, you can use Nasa's detailed tracking software (see link on the right) to find out if the space station will pass over your home.

1. Click an area then a city.
2. A list shows the ISS's route.
3. You'll need a watch and a compass to help spot it.


14/02 0552 10W 16S

What does this mean?
At 0552 local time on 14/02/01, ISS will appear 10 degrees above the horizon in the west and travel to 16 degrees above the horizon in the south.

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