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edited by Kim Dismukes
This site has a web-based Java application that provides sky watchers worldwide with a picture of when and where the International Space Station, the space shuttle and other spacecraft can be seen with the unaided eye as they pass overhead.
Subjects Levels Resource Types
- Space Exploration
- Informal Education
- Event
- Reference Material
= Nonfiction Reference
- Tool
= Search Engine
- Dataset
Intended Users Formats Ratings
- Learners
- text/html
- application/java
- video/realvideo
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Free access
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Courtesy of:
Johnson Space Flight Center
space flight sighting
Record Creator:
Date Metadata Instance was created October 7, 2003 by Benjamin Williams
Record Updated:
May 22, 2012 by Lyle Barbato
Last Update
when Cataloged:
July 2, 2008
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Dismukes , K. (Ed.). (2008, July 2). NASA Skywatch 2.0. Retrieved December 15, 2018, from
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Dismukes , Kim, ed. NASA Skywatch 2.0. July 2, 2008. (accessed 15 December 2018).
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