Re: ISS - Atlantis

From: Darwin Teague (dishhead@insightbb.com)
Date: Tue Jun 19 2007 - 22:45:24 EDT

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    On 06/19/2007 9:40:45 PM, Stephen E Bolton (sbolton@nbnet.nb.ca) wrote:
     > I also observed an overhead pass of the ISS and shuttle from New Brunswick,
     >
     > Canada at about 01:02 UT and can confirm the ISS was in the lead by 6-7
     > seconds.
     > Heaven's Above indicated it should be trailing by 15 seconds!
     > Steve Bolton
     > Lat 45.6N
     > Long 065.9 W
     >
     >
    
    I saw a stunning pass tonight. The shuttle was much brighter that the ISS. 
    Could someone please tell me how far apart they are?
    
    
    
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