Indoor - ISS and NOSS 2-3(C) 5/10

From: ykChia (
Date: Thu May 04 2000 - 11:31:45 PDT

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         Sky was hazy tonite. Set up my watec902H and 75mm f/1.4 lens on a
    foto tripod. Using Heavens-above charts prepared earlier in the
    afternnoon, I positioned the lens in the right star fields and wait for
    the 'baits'.
        Almost on the dot bright ISS appeared and sailed across Canis Major
    and 10 minutes later followed by the much dimmer NOSS 2-3(C) slowly
    brighten up as it moved towards the west.  Watched the later went
    through a quick successive double flares. The second flare is weaker
    than the first.
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