RE: Why is ISS still visible in Earth's shadow?

From: tony dinkel (tonydinkel47@hotmail.com)
Date: Mon May 02 2011 - 01:26:52 UTC

  • Next message: George Roberts: "Re: Why is ISS still visible in Earth's shadow?"

    I always thought it from Earthshine until its in complete darkness.  That and the shadow zone may be a bit fuzzy?
    td
    
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    > Hi everyone,
    > I've always wanted to ask this question. No doubt some of you have
    > followed the space station into Earth's shadow, where it's visible for
    > some time with binoculars. Is it being illuminated by the moon or ???
    
     		 	   		  
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