International Space Station is an international Space craft orbiting around the earth which acts as a research ground for astronauts. The spacecraft orbits the earth at an altitude of 408km and measures 109metres in height. The station defies gravity and only takes 92 minutes to make a complete rotation. This means that the astronauts in this station experiences 16 sunsets and sunrise each day.
Today Kenya especially Nairobi will see this station above their head. The station will be visible over Nairobi and parts of Kenya this evening. This will take place at exactly 7:20pm and will appear at 10 degrees North West and disappear at 13 degree above SSE.
"The International Space Station will be visible over Nairobi and parts of Kenya this evening,time 7:20pm,appears 10 degrees NW,disappears 13 degrees above SSE" Read a tweet shared by Ma3Route.
This occurrence will not be visible to all parts of the country. If you leave in Nairobi,make your head rise to the sky at exactly 7:20pm to see this rear occurrence.
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