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Meteorologist / scientific writer
Friday, November 9, 2018, 17:46 – Hey, south Ontario! If you're early on Saturday morning, turn your eyes in the sky, because it's one of the best options to fly the International Space Station with your head!
There are many cool things that can be seen in the Antichrist – the planets, stars, comets, meteor showers and even the Milky Way – but there is something to be said about searching and watching something we put there!
In the early morning viewers of southern Ontario on Saturday, November 10, this is a good time to experience this because the International Space Station is breaking.
They will show across the northwestern horizons around 6:07 AM ET, visible between four and six minutes, depending on where you are when crossing over the head and then disappearing over the southeastern horizon.
WHAT DO WE NEED?
The international space station has a very clear shape. Astronauts who visit the station can see in their glory.
International space station, as seen from Space Shuttle Atlantis, in 2010. Credit: NASA
If they look through the telescope, observers often compare it to a TIE Star Wars fight.
If you look at it through one of these upgrades without using a telescope, the station simply appears as a small, bright circle of light moving evenly across the sky, as shown in the animation below.
This animation shows what the space station looks like, from the ground, through an unjustified eye. The animation rises in about two or three times normal, and light reflects the conditions under a clear, dark sky, far from the sources of light pollution. Credit: Stellarium / Scott Sutherland
WHO WILL BE BEST?
This space station will focus on Georgia's Gulf, Peterborough and Trenton. So, at these locations, it will go directly above your head and be the brightest.
ISS Path, November 10, 2018, from 6:09 am to 6:15 pm ET, crossing southern Ontario. The red arch is the ISS path. The green line and the blue bows point to the visible field of live cameras on the ISS. Credit: satflare.com
The station will be visible, although hundreds of miles on each side of this line.
For anyone watching from the west or southwest of the red line located in the upper animation, the station will still appear in the northwest and disappear in the southeast, but will follow the curve along the north-eastern part of the sky, and the longer the observer is from the line, The northeast will be the curve of the skew. On the contrary, for anyone who is located east or northeast of the line, the observer will see a stationary trace of the curve in the southwest.
It follows the space station as shown in the Detector ISS application for Android. Credit: ISS Detector / Scott Sutherland
The reason that the above examples represent only Windsor, Toronto and Belleville is due to the biggest factor determining if the observer sees the station Saturday morning – weather.
WAS CLEANED EAT?
As with any non-stark or star-studied event, the cloud cover is probably the most important factor to consider.
From Friday afternoon, a cloud forecast in the early Saturday morning will show that afternoon active weather will be a few days away from southwestern Ontario, the Greater Toronto area and the northern parts of eastern Ontario.
The precise position of clouds can develop overnight, but this weather system is progressing to the east. So check your local forecast before you go outside to make sure you have a really clear sky!
Want to see what the ISS sees when it goes over Ontario? Take a look at the live position from the camera on the space station on the NASA website.
Resources: NASA | satflare.com | Stellarium.org
The tough image of the space station with the cargo space vessel ESA ATV-5 is Julien Harrod's love with the European Space Agency. Several individual images were stacked to create this final picture, which displayed at all points along the route their station and cargo ship all at once. They thus appear as long lines rather than just the points of light between the stars.
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