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ISS and meteors
- Subject: [sarex] ISS and meteors
- From: andy thomas <andythomasmail@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 14 Aug 2010 16:18:33 +0000 (GMT)
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I was wondering if the perseids are visble from the ISS, and if so via the live camera on nasa-tv.
I looked at the live cam at around 1400 utc and thought I saw meteor trails flashing in the darkness. I know fixed objects on the iss come in and out of sunshine at strange angles, and at the time I could see the solar array adjusting its angle, but these looked different.
anybody any ideas?
73 de andy g0sfj
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