JN 9633 ISS

From: nixj.geo@yahoo.com
Date: Sun Jan 24 2010 - 23:59:23 UTC

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    Observed ISS and was able to get some footage of it passing the almost
    half moon.  It was running about a minute late on a 2.85 day elset.
    Predicted magnitude of -0.6 seemed brighter.  (As I discovered the pass
    about five minutes before it was to occur I did not have time to set
    up on the tripod, but the footage is not too shaky).
    It is not bad for an inexpensive digital camera and is posted at my 
    site for those interested at: 
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