Re: STS-104 and ISS

From: Edward S Light (edlight@juno.com)
Date: Sun Jul 22 2001 - 01:10:09 PDT

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    We just, at 08:00 UTC, barely saw the shuttle leading the ISS by perhaps
    2 degrees
    some 12 degrees above our NNW horizon.  Unfortunately, there were clouds
    there so
    we saw them just briefly before they reentered the clouds.
    
    Thanks for the information various SeeSat members provided in response
    to my original query.
    
    Clear and dark skies!
    
    Ed and Darlene Light
    Lakewood, New Jersey, USA
    40.1075N, 074.2312W, +24m (80 feet)
    
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