Re: Shuttle Seen "Screaming" Over Dallas TX 90 Min. After Launch

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Mar 16 2009 - 15:11:03 UTC

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    A few nimutes north from Jeff, a friend and I were at the RMCC Observatory when it went over. Unfortunately, she was inside. As it brightened to better than Venus and zoomed across the sky from Lepus to nearly the Big Dipper, it was an amazing sight. I realized it couldn't be ISS because it had taken a similar path the night before, but I hadn't heard that STS launched. By far the nicest satellite view I've seen, and the fastest! It couldn't have been better placed, perfect balance of sulnlit bird and twilight.
    
    More of an amazing night to follow...
    
    TULSA2:
    COSPAR 8335 +35.831, -96.147 1100 ft
    
    
    
          
    
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