Fwd: Re: ISS or MIR, Please?

From: Paul Gabriel (gabriel305@earthlink.net)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2000 - 23:50:56 PDT

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    looks like mir was very near to SF overhead at 21:10 (you mean PDT, right?)
    
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    >On 07/19/00 at 02:35 StarliteStella@aol.com wrote:
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    >>Hi Friends!  Tonight I was at the beach in San Francisco and at 9:10 PST I 
    >>saw a very bright (like a very, very bright Venus), very slow moving, large 
    >>satellite move across the sky from NW to SE, at about 90 degrees (almost 
    >>overhead).  
    >>
    >>It really looked like the Space Shutte that I have seen before (although much 
    >>slower).  Since the Shuttle isn't up yet, was it ISS or Mir?  Please help 
    >>me--an amateur satellite watcher!
    >>
    >>Thanks so much in advance!!
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