less then 2 hours to toolkit pass by for my location

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Nov 22 2008 - 20:59:35 UTC

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    Looks the weather might cooperate.
    In less the 2 hours, the toolkit will pass across the sky, for my location.
    I aimed the scope, at a area it will pass by, since I am not sure how bright it will be.
    Better use the scope method, instead of using my wide feild method of observing satellites, to improve my chances of seeing it.
    It will take roughly 2 seconds, to zip across the feild of view. The area got a few bright stars.
    I also plan to watch, the progress spacecraft pass by, roughly 1 hour later, after the toolkit.
    Keep away clouds.
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