Help!!! ISS Lunar Transit Tonight

From: Thomas Laskowski (laskowsk@ehl.ul.com)
Date: Thu Apr 10 2003 - 14:21:42 EDT

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    I am sorry if this post have appeared more than once.  I have problems with  
    my AOL e-mail here and could not post anything.  I'll try this again.
    
    Can anyone help me with accurate predictions for a possible lunar transit  
    tonight, April 10, by ISS.
    
    Heavens Above is showing a VERY near-miss for my South Bend, Indiana  
    location at 41.6903 N, 86.1996 W at UTC 01:30:59 April 11.
    
    Does anyone have the ability to pinpoint an accurate location where I can
    go to observe this.  I'm not too sure how accurate Heavens Above is but the  
    most recent elements i have still show that I must head north or east from my  
    location.
    
    Any help would be appreciated.
    
    Thank you
    Tom Laskowski
    
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