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ISS wave

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ISS wave started during 24–31 December 2010 as a week-long expression of human solidarity which encouraged people, worldwide, to identify when the International Space Station passed over their homes, and wave to the passing astronauts.[1] Participants shared their observations with others via Twitter.[2][3][4] It was set up by Dr Karen E James, Dr Lucy Rogers and Dr Richard P Grant.


  1. "Press Release". ISS Wave.
  2. "Wave At The Space Station This Week To Join Holiday Campaign". Florida Today. 24 December 2010.
  3. Sample, Ian (23 December 2010). "A world wide wave as the International Space Station soars overhead". Guardian. London.
  4. "ISS Wave". British Astronomical Society.

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