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UK ISS Pass details for October 2014


The International Space Station (ISS) is back over UK skies with some great evening passes during October 2014. Watch out for this bright delight in the autumn skies.

The ISS is the largest Space Station/ laboratory ever built, it can be spotted with the naked eye at certain times as it orbits Earth at 17500mph at an altitude of roughly 200 miles.

Spotting the station is very easy and you don’t need any special equipment. You only need your eyes!

Check out the Beginners Guide to Seeing the ISS to learn how easy it is to spot sailing over and the Beginners Guide to Photographing the International Space Station (ISS).

You can also see this great guide on how to watch and photograph the ISS.

All you need to know is when and where the ISS will be passing over your location. Luckily the United Kingdom (British Isles) is small enough for most of us who live there to see the ISS at the same time. Neighboring countries can see the station pass over at roughly the same time also.

Only bright passes are included in the predictions and the fainter less easy ones have been left out.

The table below gives approximate ISS pass times and basic information, this will help you spot the station as it passes over.

Only bright passes which can be seen from the UK are listed and information is approximate. Timings may differ by a few seconds, dependent on observer’s location. Times may change at short notice if the Station performs an orbital boost and changes its orbit. All Timings are local time.

Make sure you give yourself plenty of time, get your cameras ready and enjoy the ISS as it passes over in October and keep your eyes peeled for meteors, satellites and other objects too, they will be visible most nights!

Good luck and clear skies…..

ISS bright UK pass details for October 2014

Enjoy watching the ISS as it passes over.

Times may change at short notice so please check this page daily for accurate timings

Date Approximate Brightness of the ISS ISS Rises 10° over the horizon (start time) ISS Approaches From (start direction) ISS Highest Point ISS Sets/ Goes into Earths Shadow (direction) ISS Goes into Earths Shadow Approximate ISS Pass Details
10 October 2014 Very Bright 20:08 SW 20:11 SE 20:11 Short Medium Altitude Pass
11 October 2014 Very Bright 19:19 SW 19:22 E 19:24 Medium Pass Disappears Before Horizon
12 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 20:05 WSW 20:09 ESE 20:09 Shorter Overhead Pass
13 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:16 SW 19:19 E 19:22 Overhead Pass
14 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 20:03 W 20:07 E 20:07 Overhead Pass Fades Before Horizon
15 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:14 WSW 19:17 E 19:19 Overhead Pass
16 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 20:01 W 20:04 E 20:05 Short Overhead Pass
17 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:11 W 19:15 E 19:17 Overhead Pass
18 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:59 W 20:02 SE 20:02 Short Overhead Pass
09 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 21:34 W 21:38 E 21:41 Overhead Pass
19 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:09 W 19:12 E 19:15 Overhead Pass
20 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:56 W 19:59 S 20:00 Shorter Overhead Pass
21 October 2014 Incredibly Bright 19:07 W 19:10 ESE 19:12 Overhead Pass
22 October 2014 Bright 19:54 W 19:57 S 19:58 Medium Pass Ends Before Horizon
23 October 2014 Very Bright 19:04 W 19:07 SE 19:10 Medium Altitude Pass
24 October 2014 Bright 19:52 W 19:54 S 19:56 Overhead Pass
25 October 2014 Bright 19:01 W 19:04 SE 19:08 Low Pass
27 October 2014 Less Bright 18:00 W 18:01 SE 18:06 Very Low Challenging Pass For Northern Observers


Data obtained using NORAD Two Line Elements. Table information created manually with with in-house satellite prediction software.

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