Shuttle-ISS Zenith Pass

From: Gavin Eadie (gavin@umich.edu)
Date: Sun Apr 22 2001 - 17:56:04 PDT

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    Well, not very scientific, but I just had a zenith pass of 
    ISS/STS-100, a little while after sunset in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and 
    it's the brightest pass I've ever seen in a still blue sky.  It 
    flared quite a lot about 30 degrees past the zenith, then passed out 
    to the South-East, fading fast ... Most impressive, and I've been 
    watching Mir, Shuttles and ISS for quite a while now ... Gavin
    
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