ISS Tracking Map

Source: European Space Agency
Map showing the current position of the ISS. The white line is the current orbit, where the ISS is heading. The yellow line shows the previous orbit. Due to the Earth's rotation, each orbit of the ISS is slightly to the west of the previous orbit. Each orbit takes about 93 minutes, so you'll see about 46 minutes of daylight followed by 46 minutes of night.

You can see live video streams from the space station in the related feeds below. There's also a page where you can see both video feeds together.

Feed Properties     
Type: Live Map
Updates: Continuously
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