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ISS + STS98 visible pass

Past some minutes of the sunset, to the 18:48 GMT, I could see
from my QTH (43:32N 5:55W), the ISS and STS-98 visible pass crossing
the Ursa Major toward the east of Europe.
Magnitude= 0.2 about, at this moment

Pass Details
Date:  Sunday, 11 February, 2001
Satellite:  ISS + STS-98
Observer's Location:  Aviles ( 43.3200°N, 5.5500°W)
Local Time:  Central European Time (GMT + 1:00)
Orbit:  350 x 363 km, 51.6° (Epoch 11 Feb)
Sun altitude at time of maximum pass altitude:  -11.4°

Event, Time, Altitude, Azimuth, Distance(km)
Maximum altitude, 19:47:42, 45°, 334°(NNW), 494 Km
Reference http://www.heavens-above.com

73 de Miguel, EA1BCU
  Miguel A. Menéndez  // Apdo. 79  Avilés // 33400 ASTURIAS Spain.
   E-mail: ea1bcu@amsat.org     www.telecable.es/personales/ea1bcu

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