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The International Space Station is seen from the Dominican Republic

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The International Space Station can be seen from Dominican territory for four consecutive days, starting November 13th, meteorological analyst Jean Suriel reported through his social networks.

Suriel indicated that the ISS can be seen from 7:29PM, looking to the southwest, and will stop being seen towards the south-southwest at 7:32PM.

“On Sunday you will be able to see it for a longer time: at 6:43 in the afternoon look to the south-southwest; it will no longer be visible in the east-northeast at 6:48 pm, ”added the communicator on Twitter.

He argued that on Monday the Station will be visible at 7:33 pm, looking west and will cease to be seen to the north-northwest at 7:37 pm.

“On Tuesday it will be visible to the west-southwest at 6:46 pm and will cease to be seen to the north-northeast at 6:52 pm,” he added.

Suriel said that the International Space Station, currently occupied by seven astronauts, is traveling at a speed of 27,560 km / h and has an altitude of 425 kilometers.

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