Want to see the International Space Station? Here’s when you can in Norfolk
- Credit: AP
There's a Lego version of it on show at The Forum right now, but if you'd like to see the International Space Station for real, this could be your chance.
Flying overhead at an altitude of 253 miles and a speed of 17,500 mph, the ISS will be visible to the naked eye over Norfolk for the next two weeks.
The station will appear on the western horizon and takes 10 minutes to pass over to the east which means it can be seen overhead five minutes later of the stated times below.
Look for a bright star moving across the sky.
It takes 93 minutes to orbit Earth with its crew of six.
You may also want to watch:
The best view times are from December 5 to 10.
Dates and times are as follows: December 03 at 5.39pm, 4th at 4.47pm, 5th at 3.55pm and 5.31pm, 6th at 4.39pm, 7th at 3.47pm and 5.23pm, 8th at 4.31pm, 9th at 3.39pm and 5.15pm, 10th at 4.23pm and 6pm, 11th at 5.07pm, 12th at 4.15pm and 5.52pm and 13th 4.59pm.
- 1 The rise and fall of a beloved Norfolk wildlife park
- 2 Woman's life 'left in pieces' after being raped while unconscious
- 3 'One of life's gentlemen' - Neighbours describe killer's double life
- 4 Man in 50s dies after crash between car and bicycle
- 5 Village rounds on council over 'disgraceful' road resurfacing that covered cycle lanes and blocked drains
- 6 Builder opens shepherd huts on site with unusual feature
- 7 'I was in tears': Dentist can keep working despite failing 13 patients
- 8 Masks scrapped 'as early as next month' and over 35s jabs 'soon'
- 9 Part of A47 reopens after earlier accident
- 10 Couple in 80s given hospital treatment after alleged assault in village