Object leading the ISS

From: Rainer Kresken (rkresken@t-online.de)
Date: Sat Apr 23 2011 - 08:15:12 UTC

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    Dear all,
    
    Some friends of mine who occasionally watched the ISS yesterday evening reported 
    that there was a "moderately bright" object leading the ISS by a couple of 
    degrees yesterday evening. I interpret "moderately bright" as about mag 2 or 3, 
    considering the remaining daylight. Any idea what this might have been?
    
    
    location:
    49.8152N, 8.6425E
    
    ISS maximum elevation data from heavens above:
    19:18:37 UTC
    alt 69
    az 183
    
    Thanks in advance,
    
    Rainer
    
    
    
    
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