The International Space Station is visible in the Evening sky across the UK in April. To look for the Space Station look in a generally Westerly Direction (see exact direction below) for a bright moving ‘star’.

Date Visible Max Height Appears Disappears
Wed Apr 5, 9:00 PM 4 min 56° 18° above WSW 18° above ESE
Wed Apr 5, 10:36 PM 1 min 22° 11° above W 22° above WSW
Thu Apr 6, 9:44 PM 4 min 40° 10° above W 36° above SSE
Fri Apr 7, 8:53 PM 4 min 48° 21° above WSW 14° above ESE
Fri Apr 7, 10:28 PM 2 min 19° 10° above WSW 19° above SW
Sat Apr 8, 9:36 PM 4 min 28° 11° above W 22° above S
Sun Apr 9, 8:45 PM 5 min 36° 20° above WSW 10° above SE
Sun Apr 9, 10:21 PM 1 min 12° 10° above WSW 12° above SW
Mon Apr 10, 9:28 PM 4 min 18° 10° above WSW 12° above S
Tue Apr 11, 8:37 PM 4 min 25° 17° above WSW 11° above SSE
Wed Apr 12, 9:22 PM 1 min 10° 10° above SW 10° above SSW

Data courtesy of NASA Spot the Station https://spotthestation.nasa.gov/sightings/view.cfm?country=United_Kingdom&region=England&city=Lancaster#.V8sb1ZMrLR0

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