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Re: [amsat-bb] ISS sighting





Dave Guimont wrote:

 > >Look for the gray line on WiSP to be about 1500 Km to the east of your
 > >location if you are looking in the morning and about 1500 Km to the west if
 > >you are looking in the evening.
 > >
 > >
 > >
 > >way to determine visual tracking opportunities for the ISS, MIR, and Hubble
 > >is to go to www.heavens-above.com <http://www.heavens-above.com>  .  Look up
 > >your location in the database of 2 million places, and it will create a
 >
 > Wayne, etal, and even easier way is to use IT ver 1.50........
 >
 >             73, Dave wb6llo@amsat.org
 >                     Disagree: I learn....
 >

Another good program is PREDICT by John,  KD2BD.  He has just released a new
version, it's quick and works well for visual sightings
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                     73 de Tony....VK5ZAI.
  J.A.(Tony) Hutchison.
  QTH. PARINGA. South Australia
  Grid.QF05jt: AMSAT Aust..#799
  Member of  AMSAT-NA....#33418
  Aust ARISS Telebridge Station

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