When to see the International Space Station from Dover
Orbiting the Earth once every 92 minutes, the International Space Station (ISS) is the third brightest object in the sky and can easily be seen from Dover if you know when to look.
Below you will find a list of dates and times when the ISS should be visible if the skies are clear. There's not a regular timetable - it can only be seen if it passes overhead during dawn or dusk. If no times are currently listed, check again in a week or two for the latest schedule.
The ISS will not be visible from Dover during the next week or so.
It cannot be seen from Earth if it passes overhead during the daytime or in the middle of the night.