Solar Eclipse ISS-Transit.

From: Gerhard HOLTKAMP (grd.holtkamp@t-online.de)
Date: Fri Sep 30 2005 - 17:37:40 EDT

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    Here is yet another way to combine satellite observations with the solar 
    eclipse on 3-OCT-05. A transit of the ISS in front of a partially eclipsed 
    Sun will be visible from parts of Scottland, Southern Scandinavia, North-East 
    Germany and Eastern Europe. There are two passes (all times are in UTC):
    
    First Pass
    
    OCT  3   8:29:30         -7.283     56.599 
    OCT  3   8:29:40         -5.716     56.684 
    OCT  3   8:29:50         -4.180     56.762 
    OCT  3   8:30:00         -2.667     56.830 
    
    OCT  3   8:31:10          7.441     57.045 
    OCT  3   8:31:20          8.831     57.035 
    OCT  3   8:31:30         10.210     57.015 
    OCT  3   8:31:40         11.578     56.984 
    OCT  3   8:31:50         12.935     56.943 
    OCT  3   8:32:00         14.281     56.891 
    OCT  3   8:32:10         15.616     56.829 
    OCT  3   8:32:20         16.940     56.756 
    OCT  3   8:32:30         18.252     56.673 
     
    OCT  3   8:33:00         22.121     56.360 
    OCT  3   8:33:30         25.881     55.955 
    OCT  3   8:34:00         29.528     55.459 
    OCT  3   8:34:30         33.055     54.877 
    OCT  3   8:35:00         36.458     54.212 
     
    
    Second Pass:
    
    OCT  3  10:03:40         -7.312     56.817 
    OCT  3  10:03:50         -5.987     56.741 
    OCT  3  10:04:00         -4.674     56.653 
    OCT  3  10:04:10         -3.373     56.556 
    
    OCT  3  10:05:40          7.778     55.219 
    OCT  3  10:05:50          8.951     55.021 
    OCT  3  10:06:00         10.110     54.814 
    OCT  3  10:06:10         11.256     54.598 
    OCT  3  10:06:20         12.387     54.374 
    OCT  3  10:06:30         13.505     54.140 
    OCT  3  10:06:40         14.608     53.897 
    OCT  3  10:06:50         15.697     53.647 
    OCT  3  10:07:00         16.771     53.387 
    OCT  3  10:07:10         17.831     53.120 
    OCT  3  10:07:20         18.877     52.845 
    OCT  3  10:07:30         19.909     52.561 
    OCT  3  10:07:40         20.926     52.270 
    OCT  3  10:07:50         21.929     51.972 
    OCT  3  10:08:00         22.918     51.666 
    
    OCT  3  10:08:30         25.800     50.707 
    OCT  3  10:09:00         28.559     49.688 
    OCT  3  10:09:30         31.198     48.613 
    OCT  3  10:10:00         33.723     47.488 
    
    OCT  3  10:11:00         38.447     45.099 
    OCT  3  10:12:00         42.779     42.549 
    OCT  3  10:13:00         46.763     39.865 
    
    You should be within 7 km (Scottland) to 3 km (Eastern Eurpoe) of the central 
    line to see the event.
    
    Gerhard HOLTKAMP
    Darmstadt, Germany
    
    
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