ISS transit of moon

From: Matson, Robert (ROBERT.D.MATSON@saic.com)
Date: Thu Apr 18 2002 - 19:20:56 EDT

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    Hi Tom,
    
    > Note to Robert Matson. Can you check to see if tonight
    > the ISS will make a pass through the approximate center
    > of the moon at the following coordinates? 35.0000N,
    > 89.2500W.  This is a point about 44 miles ESE of
    > Memphis, Tennessee.
    
    It misses from this location, passing above the moon.  If you
    move east 3.4 miles to longitude 89.19 W, that spot will be
    right on the centerline (for that latitude).
    
    Best,
    Rob
    
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