8539 obs april 4

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sat Apr 03 2004 - 23:36:21 EST

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    I went outside at 7:10PM local time and was surprised to see a break in
    clouds, it snowed 10 inches on April 1, no joke. I was lucky to look up and
    unexpectedly see ISS traveling thru the sky at this time. 5 minutes later
    cloudy again. Then another clearing later.
    
    08835 76 038C   8539 F 20040404024108290 17 25 0559763+454993 38
    08835 76 038C   8539 F 20040404024115930 17 25 0611778+450202 38
    08835 76 038C   8539 F 20040404024125240 17 25 0626457+435443 38
    08835 76 038C   8539 F 20040404024154290 17 25 0711606+392322 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 F 20040404032533140 17 25 1049174+875213 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 F 20040404032541680 17 25 1216894+862620 38
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -5 UTC
    
    
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