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ISS bright UK pass details for Spring 2020

Times may differ slightly to other sources and can change at short notice, so please check this page daily for accurate timings.

Date Brightness Rises 10° over the horizon (start time) Approaches From (start direction) Highest Point This Pass Sets/ Goes into Earths Shadow (direction)  Goes into Earths Shadow Approximate ISS Pass Details
22 March 2020 Incredibly bright 20:24 WSW 20:27 S 20:27 Disappears Overhead
23 March 2020 Incredibly bright 19:36 W 19:40 W 19:42 Overhead Pass
24 March 2020 Incredibly bright 20:26 W 20:29 E 20:29 Disappears Overhead
25 March 2020 Incredibly bright 19:38 W 19:41 SSW 19:44 Overhead Pass
26 Mar 2020 Incredibly bright 20:28 W 20:31 SSW 20:31 Disappears Overhead
27 March 2020 Incredibly bright 19:40 W 19:44 EE 19:46 Overhead Pass
28 Mar 2020 Incredibly Bright 20:29 W 20:33 SSE 20:33 Disappears Overhead
29 March 2020 Incredibly Bright 20:42 W 20:45 SSE 20:48 Overhead Pass
30 March 2020 Incredibly bright 18:31 W 21:35 SE 21:35 Medium Pass – Disappears Before Horizon
31 March 2020 Incredibly Bright 20:44 W 20:47 ESE 20:49 Overhead Pass
01 April 2020 Very Bright 21:33 W 21:36 SSE 21:37 Medium Altitude Pass
02 April 2020 Very Bright 20:46 W 20:49 SSE 20:51 Medium Pass – Passes Near Venus
03 April 2020 Bright 21:36 SW 21:38 SW 21:39 Low Pass
04 April 2020 Very Bright 20:48 W 20:50 SSE 20:53 Low Pass


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