Re: Negative STS Observations

LWojack@aol.com
Sat, 25 Dec 1999 11:14:49 EST

In a message dated 12/24/99 12:43:53 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
LWojack@aol.com writes:

> > Never seen the ISS??   Get your binos (you probably won't need them) and 
>  > check out Vega in the NW tomorrow night (12/24) at 6:23pm.  That is the 
> ISS 
>  > moving L->R.  It will enter into eclipse about 80 secs later at the 
Little 
> 
>  > Dipper. 
>  
>  I've only tried once or twice, if at all.  Maybe I'll try this Christmas 
>  season.
Actually, now I remember that I saw it in early summer, 1999.  I just stepped 
outside, and there it was, bright as Jupiter.

I have a 58-degree pass tonight - I'll see if I can get a telescope on it!

Jonathan Wojack
LWojack@aol.com

Merry Christmas - Remember the reason for the season! 

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