Space Station FlyoverSeptember 10th, 2009 at 2:30 pm by Bill Steffen under Bill's Blog, Weather
We had an excellent flyover of the International Space Station this evening. I went out and saw it through partly cloudy skies, so it danced in and out a c0uple times. It started at 8:29 PM Thursday, Sept. 10. The station moved from WSW to ENE, up to an angle of 84 degrees, or almost straight overhead. Check out the list of Space Station Flyovers for West Michigan. The Space Station is as big as a football field and is roughly 220 miles above ground level. Finally, check out some fantastic new pictures from the Hubble Telescope.