STS 130 view from New Jersey

From: JAY RESPLER (JRespler@superlink.net)
Date: Mon Feb 08 2010 - 10:23:14 UTC

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    In what may be the last shuttle launch visible from New Jersey, I just 
    watched STS 130 Endeavour pass 1-2 degrees over the moon.
    This link is a picture I took with a hand held digital camera. Moon is 
    partly obscured by low clouds and tree branches. Endeavour is at the top 
    left corner with an exhaust plume pointing down to the right. (You may 
    have to turn up screen brightness to see it).
    
    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j188/JRespler/sts130moon.jpg?t=1265623692
    
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    Jay Respler
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                  Freehold, New Jersey
    
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