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Another Set of Early Evening Bright International Space Sation Passes (18- 25 October, 2019)

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The ISS passes close to Jupiter as seen from Sydney on the evening of Saturday 19 October  at 20:33 AEDST. Simulated in Stellarium (the ISS will actually be a bright dot), click to embiggen. The ISS passes above Jupiter as seen from Adelaide on the evening of Friday 18 October  at at 20:49 ACDST. Simulated in Stellarium (the ISS will actually be a bright dot), click to embiggen. The ISS passes close to Saturn, as seen from Perth on the  evening of Friday 18 October at 19:52 AWST. Simulated in Stellarium (the ISS will actually be a bright dot)click to embiggen.
All sky chart showing local times from Heavens Above for Saturday 19 October for Sydney. All sky chart showing local  times from Heavens Above for Friday 18 October for Adelaide. All sky chart showing local times from Heavens Above for Friday 18 October for Perth.

Over the next few days there are a series of very bright ISS passes in the early evening or twilight where the ISS passes close to Jupiter or Saturn. For most cities the best passes are on the 18th (Jupiter, Saturn) or the 21st (Jupiter, Mercury and Venus). For Brisbane and Sydney the 19th and 20th are best. Some are in twilight but the passes are very bright and will be well worth watching for.

The following tables are from data provided from Heavens Above.

Passes from Adelaide (ACDST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
17 Oct -3.1 04:56:57 19° SW 04:59:12 57° SE 05:02:34 10° ENE visible
17 Oct -1.3 21:35:43 10° WNW 21:36:37 17° WNW 21:36:37 17° WNW visible
18 Oct -1.4 04:11:52 24° ESE 04:11:52 24° ESE 04:13:40 10° ENE visible
18 Oct -2.4 05:44:53 12° W 05:47:09 21° NW 05:49:48 10° N visible
18 Oct -3.8 20:47:12 10° NW 20:50:31 64° NE 20:52:15 26° ESE visible
19 Oct -2.2 05:00:19 24° N 05:00:19 24° N 05:01:55 10° NNE visible
19 Oct -3.0 19:59:01 10° NNW 20:02:02 32° NE 20:05:06 10° ESE visible
19 Oct -1.3 21:36:02 10° W 21:38:48 23° SSW 21:40:25 17° S visible
20 Oct -2.2 20:46:57 10° WNW 20:50:07 38° SW 20:53:20 10° SSE visible
21 Oct -3.4 19:58:09 10° NW 20:01:31 71° SW 20:04:54 10° SE visible
21 Oct -0.5 21:37:34 10° SW 21:38:46 11° SSW 21:39:59 10° S visible
22 Oct -0.8 20:47:43 10° WSW 20:49:58 16° SSW 20:52:13 10° SSE visible
23 Oct -1.3 19:58:22 10° W 20:01:13 25° SSW 20:04:05 10° SSE visible
25 Oct -0.7 19:59:44 10° SW 20:01:09 12° SSW 20:02:34 10° S visible

Passes from Brisbane (AEST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
17 Oct -3.8 04:29:33 10° SW 04:32:57 70° NW 04:36:19 10° NE visible
17 Oct -3.5 19:30:03 10° NW 19:33:22 66° SW 19:33:34 64° SSW visible
18 Oct -3.0 03:41:52 16° SSW 03:44:24 53° SE 03:47:44 10° NE visible
18 Oct -3.7 18:41:34 10° NNW 18:44:50 54° NE 18:48:09 10° SE visible
18 Oct -0.4 20:20:42 10° SW 20:21:48 11° SW 20:22:15 11° SSW visible
19 Oct -1.1 02:57:16 19° E 02:57:16 19° E 02:58:44 10° ENE visible
19 Oct -2.1 04:30:19 11° W 04:32:20 17° NW 04:34:39 10° N visible
19 Oct -1.0 19:30:34 10° W 19:33:04 19° SW 19:35:35 10° S visible
20 Oct -1.7 03:46:06 16° N 03:46:06 16° N 03:47:01 10° NNE visible
20 Oct -2.0 18:41:18 10° WNW 18:44:24 35° SW 18:47:32 10° SSE visible
22 Oct -0.5 18:42:45 10° WSW 18:44:12 12° SW 18:45:40 10° SSW visible

Passes from Hobart (AEDST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
17 Oct -2.1 03:53:58 31° E 03:53:58 31° E 03:55:58 10° ENE visible
17 Oct -2.3 05:26:57 13° W 05:29:04 20° NW 05:31:39 10° N visible
18 Oct -2.4 04:41:52 25° N 04:41:52 25° N 04:43:45 10° NNE visible
18 Oct -2.8 21:20:04 10° NW 21:22:14 33° NNW 21:22:14 33° NNW visible
19 Oct -2.8 20:31:55 10° NNW 20:34:52 29° NE 20:37:25 13° E visible
19 Oct -2.0 22:08:15 10° W 22:10:25 31° WSW 22:10:25 31° WSW visible
20 Oct -3.4 21:19:31 10° WNW 21:22:53 65° SSW 21:25:03 20° SE visible
20 Oct -0.5 22:57:23 10° WSW 22:58:01 13° WSW 22:58:01 13° WSW visible
21 Oct -3.8 20:30:56 10° NW 20:34:18 77° NE 20:37:44 10° ESE visible
21 Oct -1.6 22:08:26 10° WSW 22:11:20 25° SSW 22:12:11 23° S visible
22 Oct -2.0 21:19:30 10° W 21:22:37 32° SSW 21:25:46 10° SE visible
22 Oct -0.7 22:57:35 10° SW 22:58:57 16° SSW 22:58:57 16° SSW visible
23 Oct -2.6 20:30:39 10° WNW 20:33:55 45° SSW 20:37:15 10° SE visible
23 Oct -1.2 22:08:42 10° SW 22:11:17 20° S 22:12:34 16° SSE visible
24 Oct -1.3 21:19:45 10° WSW 21:22:29 22° SSW 21:25:15 10° SE visible
24 Oct -0.8 22:57:27 10° SW 22:58:56 17° SSW 22:58:56 17° SSW visible
25 Oct -1.6 20:30:47 10° WSW 20:33:44 26° SSW 20:36:41 10° SE visible
25 Oct -1.3 22:08:46 10° SW 22:11:17 19° S 22:12:18 17° SSE visible
26 Oct -1.2 21:19:57 10° SW 21:22:27 19° S 21:24:58 10° SE visible
26 Oct -1.0 22:57:01 10° SW 22:58:29 19° SSW 22:58:29 19° SSW visible

Passes from Melbourne (AEDST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
17 Oct -0.9 03:53:59 19° ESE 03:53:59 19° ESE 03:55:35 10° E visible
17 Oct -3.5 05:26:57 14° WSW 05:29:41 46° NW 05:32:58 10° NNE visible
17 Oct -1.8 20:32:20 10° NNE 20:33:33 14° NE 20:33:33 14° NE visible
18 Oct -3.3 04:41:51 55° NE 04:41:51 55° NE 04:44:36 10° NE visible
18 Oct -3.9 21:18:43 10° NW 21:22:05 85° NE 21:22:15 79° ESE visible
19 Oct -1.6 05:30:19 13° NNW 05:30:19 13° NNW 05:31:06 10° NNW visible
19 Oct -3.4 20:30:22 10° NNW 20:33:34 44° NE 20:36:51 10° ESE visible
19 Oct -1.3 22:07:41 10° W 22:10:25 23° SSW 22:10:25 23° SSW visible
20 Oct -2.1 21:18:37 10° W 21:21:45 34° SSW 21:24:54 10° SE visible
21 Oct -3.1 20:29:46 10° WNW 20:33:06 58° SW 20:36:29 10° SE visible
21 Oct -0.6 22:08:45 10° SW 22:10:26 13° SSW 22:12:09 10° S visible
22 Oct -0.8 21:19:16 10° WSW 21:21:37 17° SSW 21:23:59 10° SSE visible
23 Oct -1.3 20:30:01 10° W 20:32:51 24° SSW 20:35:43 10° SSE visible
24 Oct -0.5 21:20:46 10° SSW 21:21:40 11° SSW 21:22:36 10° S visible
25 Oct -0.8 20:31:00 10° SW 20:32:49 14° SSW 20:34:37 10° SSE visible


Passes from Perth (AWST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
17 Oct -2.4 03:59:56 13° SSW 04:02:42 41° SE 04:05:57 10° ENE visible
17 Oct -1.9 19:03:12 10° NNE 19:05:06 14° NE 19:06:37 11° E visible
17 Oct -1.3 20:38:23 10° WNW 20:39:40 20° W 20:39:40 20° W visible
18 Oct -1.1 03:14:52 21° ESE 03:14:52 21° ESE 03:16:51 10° E visible
18 Oct -2.7 04:47:53 10° WSW 04:50:44 26° NW 04:53:35 10° N visible
18 Oct -3.7 19:49:36 10° NW 19:52:57 76° SW 19:55:16 19° SE visible
19 Oct -2.8 04:03:21 35° N 04:03:21 35° N 04:05:34 10° NNE visible
19 Oct -3.6 19:01:10 10° NNW 19:04:25 51° NE 19:07:43 10° SE visible
19 Oct -0.6 20:39:21 10° WSW 20:41:23 15° SSW 20:43:24 10° S visible
20 Oct -1.3 19:49:51 10° W 19:52:39 24° SW 19:55:28 10° SSE visible
21 Oct -2.3 19:00:46 10° WNW 19:03:58 42° SW 19:07:13 10° SSE visible
22 Oct -0.3 19:52:02 10° SW 19:52:35 10° SSW 19:53:08 10° SSW visible
23 Oct -0.8 19:01:36 10° WSW 19:03:46 16° SSW 19:05:57 10° S visible


Passes from Sydney (AEDST)

Date Brightness Start Highest point End Pass type
(mag) Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az. Time Alt. Az.
18 Oct -3.9 04:41:52 42° SW 04:42:53 79° NW 04:46:17 10° NE visible
18 Oct -2.4 19:43:16 10° N 19:45:54 21° NE 19:48:33 10° ESE visible
18 Oct -1.7 21:19:29 10° W 21:22:15 29° SW 21:22:15 29° SW visible
19 Oct -0.9 03:57:16 13° ENE 03:57:16 13° ENE 03:57:40 10° ENE visible
19 Oct -1.7 05:30:19 12° WNW 05:30:42 12° NW 05:32:00 10° NNW visible
19 Oct -3.0 20:30:34 10° WNW 20:33:52 53° SW 20:37:12 10° SE visible
20 Oct -3.8 19:41:57 10° NW 19:45:18 78° NE 19:48:41 10° SE visible
20 Oct -0.6 21:20:42 10° WSW 21:22:24 13° SSW 21:24:08 10° S visible
21 Oct -1.0 20:31:03 10° W 20:33:37 20° SSW 20:36:12 10° SSE visible
22 Oct -1.8 19:41:51 10° WNW 19:44:55 32° SW 19:48:01 10° SSE visible
24 Oct -0.7 19:42:55 10° WSW 19:44:47 14° SSW 19:46:40 10° S visible


When and what you will see is VERY location dependent, so you need to use either Heavens Above or CalSky to get site specific predictions for your location, a small difference in location can mean the difference between the ISS passing over a star or planets or missing it completely. As always, start looking several minutes before the pass is going to start to get yourself oriented and your eyes dark adapted. Be patient, there may be slight differences in the time of the ISS appearing due to orbit changes not picked up by the predictions. Use the most recent prediction for your site.



Source: http://astroblogger.blogspot.com/2019/10/another-set-of-early-evening-bright.html
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