Sunday, February 28, 2010

Follow the ISS over Knoxville on Twitter

Have you ever wondered when the International Space Station (ISS) will fly over the Knoxville skies? Well, there is a service that will help you discover just that. You can follow the ISS over Knoxville on Twitter. I've been using the service for a few months now. It's free and it's fun.

Most of the time the ISS appears as a bright dot moving across the sky. It can be a little tricky to spot. One of the reasons why I like Twisst is that they tell you were to start looking and the time to look for it. They don't have a neon sign that reads "Gayle, look here" so this will have to do.

If you want to follow the ISS over Knoxville on Twitter check out Twisst.

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