Re: Morning Pass Of ISS/Venus

From: Jonathan T Wojack (tlj18@juno.com)
Date: Sat Apr 28 2001 - 11:58:59 PDT

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    > Oh no, I have the same problem, and I believe it's common.
    > I have seen, and follow, the advice to have set the clock very 
    > accurately
    > before a daytime Iridium flare, and don't look up before 5-8 seconds 
    > before
    > it !
    > That helps a little.
    
    Should I be able to see a daytime Iridium flare easily (and not have to
    be looking at a very SPECIFIC area of the sky) - of, say, a -8
    brightness, as opposed to the difficulties in picking out Venus (which is
    about 32 times dimmmer, if I did the math right)?  I've only made one
    attempt thus far to observe daytimes flares, and I saw nothing.  Of
    course, there were some thin clouds in the area.
    
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    Jonathan T. Wojack                 tlj18@juno.com
    39.706d N   75.683d W            
    
    4 hours behind UT (-4)
    
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