International Space Station is over Exmoor

If the Exmoor National Park has clear skies, if you look up at the date, times, direction of travel below you may see the International Space station overhead.

DateVisibleMax Height*AppearsDisappears
Mon Jan 25, 6:34 PM2 min84°34° above WSW43° above E
Tue Jan 26, 5:47 PM4 min70°41° above SW15° above E
Tue Jan 26, 7:23 PM1 min41°22° above W41° above WNW
Wed Jan 27, 6:36 PM2 min78°33° above W43° above ENE
Thu Jan 28, 5:49 PM4 min83°42° above W12° above E
Thu Jan 28, 7:25 PM1 min42°22° above W42° above W
Fri Jan 29, 6:38 PM3 min82°27° above W43° above E
Sat Jan 30, 5:51 PM4 min78°33° above W12° above E
Sat Jan 30, 7:27 PM1 min45°21° above W45° above WSW
Sun Jan 31, 6:40 PM3 min72°27° above W33° above ESE
Sun Jan 31, 8:16 PM< 1 min12°12° above W12° above W
Mon Feb 1, 5:53 PM5 min85°33° above W10° above ESE
Mon Feb 1, 7:30 PM1 min29°21° above WSW29° above SW
Tue Feb 2, 6:43 PM3 min40°33° above WSW18° above SE
Wed Feb 3, 5:56 PM4 min55°38° above WSW11° above SE
Wed Feb 3, 7:32 PM2 min14°12° above WSW12° above SSW
Thu Feb 4, 6:45 PM3 min21°20° above SW10° above SSE
Fri Feb 5, 5:58 PM3 min29°28° above SW10° above SSE
Sun Feb 7, 6:01 PM1 min14°14° above SSW10° above S

Did you know the International Space Station, travels at a speed of 17,500 mph (28,000 km/h), which is around 5 miles per second, orbiting Earth about every 90 minutes.

All dates are 2021 and have been published in good faith as supplied direct by NASA.