|International Space Station photographed over the Caspian Sea will fly over San Diego Sunday, Aug. 4 at 9:07 pm|
SPACE JUNKIE—For fellow space cadets be alerted that the International Space Station will fly over San Diego tonight (Aug. 4) at 9:07 PM at a maximum height of 60 degrees off the horizon) and will appear from the southwest. The ISS will be visible for about six minutes and will disappear to the north east. Unless, of course, there’s a marine layer to block the show.
To sign up for free notices of upcoming flyovers go to: HQfirstname.lastname@example.org
For other cool NASA stuff: www.NASA.Gov. Now showing on the website: In honor of NASA’s Curiosity Rover’s first year on Mars (Aug. 6), the space agency has compiled two videos on Curiosity.
|NASA control room at the moment Curiosity Rover landed on Mars|
Video #2: http://news.discovery.com/space/watch-curiositys-entire-year-on-mars-video-130801.htm#mkcpgn=fbsci1