RE: Solar + Lunar transit opportunities!

From: Johannes Mueller (jm.mailinglists@regiomontanus.de)
Date: Wed Jul 24 2002 - 11:01:24 EDT

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    > From: Barhorst L.J.C. [mailto:L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl] 
    > When ISS transit BEFORE the sun, the side of ISS we are 
    > viewing is in shadow !! So it is impossible to see a sunlit 
    > ISS BEFORE the sun.
    
    Why? The situation is the same as a transit of mercure or venus before
    the sun, a dark silhouette should be observable if no other constraints
    like angular speed, angular extension or inadequate equipment make it
    impossible. There were several attempts of members of this list to view
    such an event.
    
    Johannes Mueller
    Wiesbaden/Germany
    jm@regiomontanus.de
    www.regiomontanus.de
    
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