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Track the ISS

Fun facts

The International Space Station (ISS) revolves around the Earth at about 17,500 mph (~28,000 km/h) resulting in it completing one revolution in about 90 minutes, and about 16 revolutions per day. The ISS rotates about its center of mass at a rate of about 4 degrees per minute so that it will complete a full rotation once per orbit. Source

Note: The ISS feed above may be interrupted at times. Source

where's the station now?

Click on the button below to populate the station's current location details and find out if it's over land or water.

Station position


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Is it over land or water?

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