The International Space Station passing over the South Beach in Lowestoft, Suffolk on the 14th August 2014. The International Space Station (ISS) is a space station, or a habitable artificial satellite, in low Earth orbit. It is the largest artificial body in orbit and the first component of its modular structure was launched in 1998.
Due to the lack of rain fall the water levels are very low. This has exposed the old clapper bridge and the newer bridge as well as some stone circles. These would be about 6 - 8 feet under the water when the reservoir is full. Following low levels of rainfall the water levels go down and the bridges and old walls are exposed again.