Frequent question: When can I see the ISS in the Philippines?

What time of day can you see the ISS?

Friday May 1: Appears 3:59a almost overhead, 70 degrees elevation; heading toward the NE, gone by 4:04a. Here’s how it works: ISS flies over Philadelphia at least 4 times a day and as many as 7 times a day, all because of how the station orbits and how the Earth turns underneath the orbit.

What constellations can be seen in the Philippines?

Here are some of the constellations and asterisms commonly known in the Philippines. “Tres Marias” (The Three Marias) in Tagalog, “Magbangal” in Bukidnon, and “Seretar” in Teduray, “Balatik” is composed of perfectly aligned and evenly spaced stars which act as the belt of the constellation of Orion.

How do you know where the space station is?

To spot the ISS, look for a bright, white spot of light moving quickly across the sky. The light will be constant, so if it flashes, or you see red lights, that’s a plane. To find out when the ISS will be visible near you, enter your location at NASA’s ‘Spot the Station’ website (spotthestation.nasa.gov).

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