See The Iss


Yes, because the ISS can be seen naked eye (it’s brighter than Venus). The tricky part is following it. Use a low power eyepiece to give you the most amount of telescopic field of view, then if possible have a friend initially aim the telescope using the finderscope as you look through the eyepiece.

Thank you for using Visual SAT-Flare Tracker Online
In this page you can track satellites in real time, predict passes and flares.
(the 3D desktop version is still available for download)
This page is interactive so you can change the time by means of the following keys:
[s]Increase time by 1 second
[S]Decrease time by 1 second
[m]Increase time by 1 minute
[M]Decrease time by 1 minute
[h]Increase time by 1 hour
[H]Decrease time by 1 hour
[d]Increase time by 1 day
[D]Decrease time by 1 day
[0]Real time (reset time changes)
More options and commands are available through the ADVANCED button.

Red Line Satellite's Orbit projected on the ground
Blue Line Ground Flare Track (it represents the location where the reflection hits the ground, which is where the flare brightness reaches its maximum.
Green Line Reflected ray that hits the ground generating the flare.
Black Line Shadow ground track (it represents the location where the satellite can be seen crossing either the Sun disk or the Moon disk)

SeeIssSee the iss from earth

International Space Station Area Sightings

The ISS-ABOVE is a single-board computer with a program that calculates where the International Space Station is at all time. Hooked it up to a TV and it displays screens with information that show you where the ISS is and when you can see it in your skies. The ISS live feed / stream gives you the possibilty to watch behind the scenes of the international space station. It`s interesting to see the station go around the globe and to see the different nations, the change between day and night or simply the different weather situations. How to View the International Space Station. Orbiting hundreds of miles above the Earth, the International Space Station is inhabited by astronauts from multiple countries, who live on board for months at a time. Many people think that to see ISS you need to have a powerful optical instrument but in fact, you can see ISS even without a telescope. You can see it with a naked eye only in the form of a moving star. We have a question today: Can we see it the International Space Station with Binoculars? Let’s find it out.