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The space station runs on GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) and astronauts don’t operate in shifts - they get up together, go to work together, and clock off together, turning the lights up and down to reflect that. In reality, the space station has a sunrise and sunset every 90 minutes, because it travels around the earth 16 times a day.Is the International Space Station visible from Earth?
The space station is visible to the bare eye — if you know where and when to look. Like the moon, the International Space Station (ISS) is visible from Earth because it reflects the light of the sun. In the case of the moon, this reflection is sometimes bright enough to see it from Earth during the day.Can I see the International Space Station?
The International Space Station! The International Space Station ( ISS) has been orbiting our planet since 1998. From most locations on Earth, assuming you have clear night skies, you can see ISS for yourself. It looks like a bright star moving quickly from horizon to horizon to us on Earth.