ISS Lunar transit observed

From: Mike Tyrrell (g6gak@astrospider.com)
Date: Tue Nov 11 2003 - 15:05:12 EST

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    After several failed attempts at an ISS Solar transit (all due to cloud!) I
    finally manged to record a lunar transit at 02:22 this morning.  The centre
    line was only 2 miles away from home so despite the poor conditions I
    thought I must have a go. If only it had been visible from the observatory I
    could have used the LX200 instead of the ETX-70.
    
    Anyway full details and pictures are at
    
    http://www.astrospider.com/iss_transits.htm
    
    Enjoy!
    Mike Tyrrell
    
    Cheshire, UK
    
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