Yet Another proficient Week for ISS passes, (12 July – xx July)

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The ISS passes below Jupiter, equally seen from Melbourne on the eventide of Mon 17 July at 19:05 AEST. Simulated inwards Stellarium (the ISS volition genuinely live a vivid dot), click to embiggen.The ISS passes below Saturn, equally seen from Adelaide on the eventide of Mon 17 July at 18:35 ACST. Simulated inwards Stellarium (the ISS volition genuinely live a vivid dot), click to embiggen.The ISS passes below Saturn, equally seen from Perth on the eventide of  Mon 17 July at 18:36 AWST. Simulated inwards Stellarium (the ISS volition genuinely live a vivid dot), click to embiggen.
All sky nautical chart showing local times from Heavens Above for Mon 17 July for Melbourne.All sky nautical chart showing local  times from Heavens Above for Mon 17 Julyy for Adelaide.All sky nautical chart showing local times from Heavens Above for Mon 17 July for Perth.

Starting this night in that location are a serial of vivid eventide passes of the International Space Station lasting closed to 8 days. Some are depression to the horizon, some chop-chop larn inwards earth’s shadow, simply for many places inwards Commonwealth of Australia this serial has the ISS gliding either closed to Jupiter, Saturn or a serial of vivid stars (except Darwin, which alone gets 3 vivid eventide passes). For some passes in that location are too vivid iridium flares closed yesteryear (eg July nineteen from Adelaide,check the prediction sites for details).
 

The ISS passes extremely closed to the vivid stars Canopus too Arcturus during some of these passes (check your local predictions)

Most of the major cites run into the ISS overstep closed to either Saturn of Jupiter at the next days too times:
Adelaide 17th July 18:34 ACST (Saturn) 18:32 Canopus, 19th July Jupiter (18:26) Arcturus (18:27)
Brisbane 18th July 18:16 AEST (Saturn) 18:12 Canopus, 20th July Jupiter (18:07) Arcturus (18:08)
Sydney 16th July 18:22 AEST (Saturn) 18:19 Canopus, 18th July Jupiter (18:14) Arcturus (-)
Melbourne 16th July 18:21 AEST (Saturn) 18:18 Canopus, 17th July Jupiter (19:05) Arcturus (19:06)
Perth 17th July 18:36 AWST (Saturn) 18:30 Canopus, 19th July Jupiter (18:29) Arcturus (18:36)
Hobart 17th July 17:25 AEST (Saturn) 18:23 Canopus, 18th July Jupiter (18:12) Arcturus (18:13)
 

When too what yous volition run into is VERY location dependent, too thence yous involve to purpose either Heavens Above or CalSky to larn site specific predictions for your location, a small-scale deviation inwards location tin hateful the deviation betwixt the ISS passing over a star or missing it completely.
 
Start looking several minutes earlier the overstep is going to showtime to larn yourself oriented too your eyes black adapted. Be patient, in that location may live slight differences inwards the fourth dimension of the ISS appearing due to reach changes non picked upward yesteryear the predictions. Use the close recent prediction for your site.


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