Spot the Space Station
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars” was famously quoted by Oscar Wilde, and in times like these, the magic of stargazing can lift you out of yourself and help put things into perspective.
We have had some lovely crystal evenings recently, and last night there was a wonderfully clear view of the International Space Station passing over our heads, demonstrating to us the true meaning of self-isolation in perpetual eerie silence.
Remember, there is another flypast of the ISS tonight at 7.38pm. Look south and you will see it fly at an angle of about 30 degrees travelling in a steady flight west to east. Give them a wave!