This program shows you when the International Space Station or some other bright satellite passes close to the Sun, Moon, and bright planets. Far more rarely, the satellite will actually pass in front of (transit) these bodies.
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The program opens with the horizon-oriented sky view showing the real-time positions of the Sun, Moon, and planets for your chosen location. When a search is in progress, the results box and horizon display show details of each illuminated day, twilight, or night pass for the selected spacecraft over the next 5 days. If the sky is bright, the satellite may not be visible during the pass. Click here for an explanation of the terms used. Warning: Do not attempt to observe the Sun without an appropriately filtered telescope!