Orbiting the Earth at an altitude of 223 miles, the International Space Station (ISS) is an artificial satellite and a joint effort of NASA, the Canadian Space Agency, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Russian Federal Space Agency and the ESA (European Space Agency).
Since its launch, this artificial satellite has always fascinated scientists, amateur astronomers and space enthusiasts. There are many amateur astronomers out there who want to track the object or photograph it. Many still don’t know about its fascinating facts and some want to know about its history. This guide has everything a space enthusiast wants – From key facts about the International Space Station to information about tracking the spectacular artificial satellite.
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