International Space Station (ISS) Live Tracker and Viewer

International Space Station (ISS) Live Tracker and Viewer

Although not really weather related, clear night skies help for a great view of the International Space Station (ISS)

This page will help you can track, view live video and learn about the best time to see the ISS as it passes overhead.

ISS bright UK pass details for Summer 2018

Pass times listed in white text are evening passes. Passes listed in grey are after midnight/ before dawn.

Times may change at short notice so please check this page daily for accurate timings

Date Approximate Brightness of the ISS ISS Rises 10° over the horizon (start time) ISS Approaches From (start direction) ISS Highest Point ISS Sets/ Goes into Earths Shadow (direction) ISS Goes into Earths Shadow Approximate ISS Pass Details
19 July 2018 Bright 22:03 SSW 22:05 E 22:06 Low Pass
19 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:37 SW 23:41 E 23:44 Medium altitude Pass
20 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 01:14 W 01:17 E 01:20 Overhead Pass
20 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 02:50 W 02:53 ESE 02:57 Overhead Pass
20 July 2018 Very Bright 04:27 W 04:29 SSE 04:32 Medium altitude Pass
20 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:46 SW 22:49 E 22:52 Medium altitude Pass
21 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 00:22 WSW 00:25 E 00:28 Very Low Pass
21 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 01:58 W 02:01 ESE 02:05 Overhead Pass
21 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 03:35 W 03:38 SSE 03:40 Medium altitude Pass
21 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 21:54 SSW 21:57 E 21:59 Medium altitude Pass
21 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:29 WSW 23:33 E 23:36 Overhead Pass
22 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 01:06 W 01:09 E 01:12 Overhead Pass
22 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 02:42 W 02:46 SE 02:49 Overhead Pass
22 July 2018 Bright 04:20 WSW 04:21 SSW 04:22 Low Pass
22 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:37 SW 22:41 E 22:44 Overhead Pass
23 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 00:14 W 00:17 E 00:20 Overhead Pass
23 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 01:50 W 01:53 SW 01:53 Disappears Overhead
23 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:22 W 23:25 E 23:28 Overhead Pass
24 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 00:58 W 01:01 SE 01:02 Disappears Overhead
24 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:29 WSW 22:33 E 22:36 Overhead Pass
25 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 00:06 W 00:09 E 00:11 Overhead Pass
25 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:14 W 23:17 E 23:20 Overhead Pass
26 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:21 W 22:25 E 22:28 Overhead Pass
26 July 2018> Incredibly Bright 23:58 W 00:01 SE 00:02 Disappears Overhead
27 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:06 W 23:09 ESE 23:11 Overhead Pass
28 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:14 W 22:17 E 22:20 Overhead Pass
28 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:50 W 23:53 SSW 23:53 Disappears Overhead
29 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:58 W 23:01 SE 23:03 Overhead Pass
30 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:06 W 22:09 ESE 22:12 Overhead Pass
30 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 23:42 W 23:45 SW 23:45 Short Medium Altitude Pass
31 July 2018 Incredibly Bright 22:50 W 22:53 SSE 22:54 Medium Altitude Pass
1 August 2018 Incredibly Bright 21:58 W 22:01 ESE 22:04 Overhead Pass
2 August 2018 Very Bright 22:42 W 22:45 S 22:46 Medium Altitude Pass
3 August 2018 Incredibly Bright 21:49 W 21:53 SE 21:55 Medium Altitude Pass
4 August 2018 Bright 22:34 WSW 22:36 SSW 22:37 Low Pass
5 August 2018 Very Bright 21:42 W 21:44 SSE 21:47 Medium Altitude Pass
7 August 2018 Faint 21:34 WSW 21:36 SSW 21:37 Low Pass

THE ISS WILL RETURN TO UK EVENING SKIES LATE SEPTEMBER 2018

International Space Station (ISS) Live

When the space station is out of range of NASAs communications channels, you will see a - Loss of Signal - blue screen.

Live Space Station Video includes internal views from cameras in the International Space Station's Destiny Laboratory and Harmony module when the resident astronauts are on duty. Earth views from external cameras on the station's structure will be available during crew off-duty periods.
The video will be accompanied by live audio of conversations between the crew and the Mission Control network.
Television from the station is available only when the complex is in contact with the ground through its high-speed communications antenna and NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System.