Re: ISS "marathons"

From: John Locker (
Date: Mon May 19 2003 - 11:49:06 EDT

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    Hi Ed,
    Same applies to European "marathoneers" with more 'sociable'  passes
    beginning at the end of the week , which means we dont have to wait up until
    the small hours to see some of them.
    This will give would be imagers plent of chances to grab some pics.
    As a taster I have put a new animation at the top of my web page.It is based
    on the visual passes from early April.
    The P1 and S1 truss radiators can be be seen quite clearly in the final
    Subject: ISS "marathons"
    > For those observers in mid-northern latitudes, this week offers chances
    > to see five or more consecutive ISS passes between sunset and the next
    > sunrise.
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