Inverse ISS Marathon

From: Dale Ireland (direland@drdale.com)
Date: Fri Aug 15 2008 - 01:22:30 UTC

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    Hello
    The next few days celebrate the Inverse ISS Marathon. It is in the southern
    hemisphere, Tasmania and Argentina, in the winter instead of summer.
    Observers can spend the entire night outside and have up to eight
    consecutive passes of ISS above the horizon.. Not one of which is sunlit or
    visible (unless they have their porch lights on and the curtains open). It
    might be worth doing just to say you were there.
    Dale
    
    
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