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Re: ISS Flare NJ




--- Allen Emer <aemer@monmouth.com> wrote:
> Had a great ISS visual pass over NJ tonight at 10:26 EDT. My son and I
> stayed up to watch the 75degree El pass and saw our first huge ISS flare as
> it passed max El. The Station's brightness went brilliant for about 7
> seconds then receded to its normal level.

Yup.  Same thing observed about 20 miles south of you. :-)


73, de John, KD2BD


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