STS-104 and ISS question

From: Edward S Light (
Date: Sat Jul 21 2001 - 17:29:59 PDT

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    Dear List members
    The shuttle is scheduled to undock from ISS at 04:54 UTC (22 July),
    and there is a pass visible from here about 1.5 hours later. Does
    anyone know how far apart the two might be at that time?  At a
    range of almost 600 km, might they be visible as separate objects
    in, say, 10x50 binoculars?
    Thanks for any information.
    Clear and dark skies!
    Ed Light
    Lakewood, NJ, USA
    40.1075 N, 074.2312 W, +24 m (80 ft)
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