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Re: Visual Opportunity for ISS & Discovery - Tuesday



There was a beautiful pass on Sunday evening (7:10 PM CDT), with clear skies -- ISS passed just south of Chicago (only 344 km from my QTH),  reaching - 2.4 magnitude (quite bright) and passing through the heart of the Cygnus consellation.

-2.419:09:4010NW 19:12:3187WSW19:13:5527SE 


Tonight's pass is will be same magnitude, but about 50 minutes earlier

23 Oct-2.418:20:2410NW 18:23:1588WNW18:26:0810SE 


HAVE FUN -- 
LOOK for STS-120 Space Shuttle Discovery -- about thirteen minutes later in the "Race to Catch ISS"

23 Oct-1.118:33:1310WNW18:35:5464SW 18:38:3710SE 


Greg
w9gb


Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 12:44:54 -0500
From: "JoAnne Maenpaa" <k9jkm@comcast.net>
Subject: [amsat-bb]  Visual Opportunity for ISS - Tuesday
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Hi everyone,

There will be a good opportunity for visual sighting of the ISS today at
around 18:20 Central time for the midwest USA.  Check out
http://www.heavens-above.com for the visual specifics for your area.

Clear skies!
73 de JoAnne K9JKM
k9jkm@amsat.org
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