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Space Station Visible from South Australia

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The International Space Station was visible in the clear South Australian sky on Monday 13 May.

Around 6.30pm there were multiple sightings of the station passing overhead for about 5 minutes.

There will be more opportunities to spot the station overhead this week:

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You do not need a telescope; if the sky is clear you should be able to see it with the naked eye.

Image: NASA