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NASA's International Space Station Is now visible from Shimla!

DNA Monday, 28 November 2016
The ISS (International Space Station) of NASA is now visible from Shimla for the past days and will be seen till December 6. It is generally visible for a couple of minutes and is best viewed during sunset or sunrise as the sunlight is reflected off the space station.

The ISS, which is seen as a bright shining star moving at a...
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