The International Space Station will make several visible passes over Europe each night this week until 21 June. These will be the last opportunities to see the ISS with ESA astronaut André Kuipers on board. André and his crewmates Don Pettit and Oleg Kononenko are set to return to Earth with their Soyuz TMA-03M spacecraft on 1 July.

Under a clear sky, the ISS is visible from the ground when it is still in the sunlight and it is dark down below – either in the dusk, shortly after sunset, or in the dawn, before sunrise.

For ISS viewing times from where you are, use one of the following tracking sites:
NASA’s sighting opportunities website
Satellite tracking website

Read more in a previous blog post: Where is the ISS & how to see it