CAPE COD, Mass. — Ever wonder what the Cape looks like from space? Ride – or rather, float– along with the International Space Station for a front-row seat.
The Twitter page @ISSAboveYou shares videos of the ISS passing over various parts of Earth. Tuesday morning, it posted a video of the Space Station as it went over Philadelphia, New York City and finally, Cape Cod.
ISS Above is a device that brings informational screens and live views of Earth from external cameras to your TV.
According to the ISS Above website, the Space Station passes five to eight times each day and is visible around dusk and dawn, when the light reflects off its solar panels.
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