Re: spaceflight now reports shuttle undocking time

From: Tony Beresford (dberesford@adam.com.au)
Date: Thu Aug 04 2005 - 05:57:13 EDT

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    At 06:50 PM 4/08/05, Robert Holdsworth wrote:
    >As we have a visible pass around 15 minutes before this it appears we may be the last to observe the ISS/STS-114 docked.
    >
    >Robert
    >Wainuiomata
    >New Zealand
    
    Adelaide may be first place to see the two separate, there is a pass culminating at 0835UT August 6.
    Just on end of civil twilight. Just had a pass of ISS/STS114 at culmination (0916UT)elevation 59 degrees.
    Maximum brightness at culmination as it passed between Southern Cross and the Pointers( Alpha & Beta Centauri)
    just a little brighter than Jupiter( -1.8 )
    Tony Beresford
    8597  -34.9638, 138.6333E 100m
    
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