My final observation of the Chinese Space Station,
Tiangong 2, before it's planned deorbit, July 2019.
Event
Time
Altitude
Azimuth
Distnace (km)
Brightness
Sun altitude
Rises
23:13:30

275° (West)
2,257
5.4
-25.0°
Reaches altitude 10°
23:15:48
10°
288° (WNW)
1,382
4.5
-25.3°
Enters Shadow
23:17:30
22°
314° (NW)
837
3.6
-25.4°
Date:  10 July 2019
Orbit:  185 x 376 km, 42.8° (Epoch: 19 July)
Pass Details
Ground Track
The orbit data was extracted from the following two-line orbital elements:

1   41765U   16057A   19200.28161137   .00235737   81559-5   15236-3   0   9993
2   41765   42.7846   135.0246   0143359   272.5645   218.4707   15.97835923162069
Epoch (UTC):
19 July 2019 06:45:31
Eccentricity:
0.0143359
Inclination:
42.7846°
Perigee height:
185 km
Apogee height:
376 km
Right ascension of ascending node:
135.0246°
Argument of perigee:
272.5645°
Revolutions per day:
15.97835923
Mean anomaly at epoch:
218.4707°
Orbit number at epoch:
16206
Observation took place on 10 July 2019
The star map to the left is to be used as if you are
looking up at the night sky with North (Polaris) behind
you.
Specifications & Technical Data
Spacetrack catalog number:
41765
COSPAR ID
2019-057-A
Name in Spacetrack catalog:
TIANGONG-2
Orbit:
decayed July 19, 2019
Category:
Space station
Country/organisation:
China
Mass:
8,600 kg
Launch Date (UTC)
15 September 2016
Launch Time (UTC):
14:04
Launch Site:
Jiuquan Satellite
Launch Center, China
Launch Vehicle:
Long March 2FT1