ISS Pass

From: Stephen Bolton (sbolton@nbnet.nb.ca)
Date: Wed Dec 27 2000 - 14:27:15 PST

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    Observed yet another ISS pass at 22:18 UT 12/27/00.
    North-East -  near zenith - to South-East.
    Mag quite steady at equal to Saturn/ Vega.
    Red colour obvious, with no change as visible through scattered clouds that
    dimmed it only by 0.5 mag.
    No flare observed.
    In future will observe and post ONLY if flare or other noteworthy event
    occurs.
    Unless the "negative" obs are of some value in defining the geometry of the
    solar panels?
    
    Steve Bolton
    Lat 45.432 N
    Long 65.976 W
    Elv 200 m
    
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