Twisst – ISS alerts through Twitter
I just got this Tweet.
ISS will be visible passing at your location -weather permitting- on
April 11, 2012, 05:56:04 MUT
Is it a good one?
This time, the International Space Station will be flying over at 27 degrees. It will look like a very bright star (magnitude -2.0).
Where to look?
ISS will come up in the north and will be heading for southeast. This pass lasts about 5 minutes.
The next pass of ISS after this one: April 13, 2012, 05:39:40 MUT
Mauritians, Remember….The early bird gets the worm.
So what is Twisst?
Twisst – tweeting ISS passes near you
Seeing the International Space Station fly over your head is a magical experience.
It crosses your sky often, but if you want to see it, you’ll need to know when exactly to look up.
Yeah it’s cool. Just follow it and perhaps you could see a rapid going star known as the International Space Station. If you’re taking the Moore Marathon, observing the ISS is among one of the 55 items.
So in case you don’t know what is the ISS. Have a click below you won’t regret it.
I told you before I am learning swimming nowadays. You know why now!!!
Posted on April 10, 2012, in Hot News, Observation Logs and tagged Announcements, International Space Station, ISS, Mauritius, NASA, Night Sky, Photography, Stars, Updates. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.