Space Weather News for June 25, 2010
SPACE STATION IN CONSTANT SUNLIGHT: For the next few days, the International Space Station (ISS) will be orbiting Earth in constant sunlight. This sets the stage for a remarkable sky show. Because the ISS is constantly illuminated, it shines brightly in the night sky every single time it passes overhead. Some observers can see the space station 3, 4, even 5 times a night. More information and flybys predictions may be found at http://spaceweather.com
ANDROID FLYBYS: Spaceweather’s "Simple Flybys" app is now available for Android phones as well as the iPhone and iPad. Details at http://simpleflybys.com
WEEKEND LUNAR ECLIPSE: On Saturday, June 26th, the Moon will pass through Earth’s shadow, producing a 54% partial lunar eclipse. The event is visible from most of the Americas, Australia, Japan, east Asia and all of the Pacific Ocean. For readers in the USA, the best time to look is just before sunrise on Saturday morning. Visit http://spaceweather.com for more information.