Re: ISS and ?...

From: George Roberts (gr@gr5.org)
Date: Thu Aug 23 2012 - 16:08:02 UTC

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    D Bassa concluded that it was *not* the ISS but a NOSS pair.  NOSS pairs and
    triplets are mighty cool to see.  Did you see the image he supplied to
    seesat?
    
    >So, as I did have a bit of fun doing this, whats next? Any suggestions for
    >a beginner like myself in this hobby?
    
    Iridium flares!!! Go see a -7 or brighter (-8) iridium flare.  Many can be
    found on heavens above.  After you try that then try seeing a daytime
    iridium flare (alson on heavens above).
    
    Show one of these to someone who has never seen one and they will be
    stunned.  Stunned!  Just when you think it can't get any brighter it keeps
    getting brighter.
    
    - George Roberts
    http://gr5.org
    
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