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ISS South Pacific Pass

A group of us just watched the ISS make a spectacular
pass from 5*51'N, 147*57'W on the deck of the Sea
Launch Commander. It was a bit to the East of us, and
we watched it come up over the horizon, and disappear
into eclipse. Several of the people had worked on the
ISS before they transferred here, and they really had
big smiles. Big, bright, beautiful, and really moving!
73, Jim  KQ6EA
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