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International Space Station Sighting Opportunity Tonight

Tonight on the South Plains we have another great opportunity to see the International Space Station (ISS) as it passes high overhead. The local forecast is calling for partly cloudy skies, so it should be good viewing weather.

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NASA Boeing & SpaceX Panelists to Discuss Future of American Spacecraft in Houston Next Week

A panelist of experts from NASA Boeing and SpaceX will discuss the future of American-made spacecraft next week at the Johnson Space Center in Houston.

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First Detailed Images of Pluto to be Captured in 2015

After nine years and a sojourn of more than 3 billion miles, NASA’s New Horizons space probe is nearing Pluto and will return the first detailed images of the dwarf planet.

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Satellite Spotting Opportunities in the Lubbock Area Tonight

Tonight’s ISS pass will be very bright. Begin watching for it at 7:04 pm near the northwest horizon, climbing higher to nearly directly overhead at about 7:07. From there the ISS will continue toward the southeast horizon, and rather than going out of sight below the horizon, it will disappear into the earth’s shadow about 7:08:38.

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International Space Station Pass Visible Tonight in the Lubbock Area

Skies are forecast to be partly cloudy this evening, Monday, December 08, 2014. This should be another great opportunity to spot the International Space Station (ISS) as it passes over the Lubbock area.

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Apps for Spotting the International Space Station

In the past I've written a couple of articles about watching the International Space Station (ISS) when it passes overhead. Lots of folks were interested, and many had no idea this was even possible, so here's a little more information that will be useful if you are interested in viewing passes.

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International Space Station Visible Tonight in Lubbock

The ISS pass will begin about 7:21pm, and will last for about 6 minutes. Look just above the northwest horizon to find a bright object that will look like a very bright star or a planet moving up quickly. The station will pass across fairly close to overhead then move toward the southeast horizon. You do not need to drive out of town, as you should be able to spot the station even under the bright city lights. Just take the family out in the yard or a park, anywhere the sky can be seen well.

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Astronauts to Visit Texas Tech Campus

Two astronauts and an astronomer will be on Texas Tech University’s campus next week to entertain and educate a group of 950 high school students and teachers.

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Space Center Houston to Hold Space Shuttle Replica Naming Contest

The naming contest runs from July 4-September 2, 2013

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John Frullo Announces Start of Annual High School Aerospace Scholars

The selected students will design and propose a mission on deep space exploration, alongside NASA scientists and engineers.

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