Just wondered...

From: Mark Harris (Mark.Harris@southsomerset.gov.uk)
Date: Mon Mar 27 2000 - 00:28:26 PST

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    I read somewhere that Mir & the ISS orbit at 92 and 91 minutes respectively (or vice versa). Because of this one-minute "gain", does this mean that, in some forseeable point in the future, we'll be able to see both of them in one viewing? (Obviously, it won't be for a while yet... and I'm probably way wrong.)
    
    Mark
    Lat: 50.909 N
    Lng: 2.789 W
    
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