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ISS/Progrees pass

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Old April 28th 07, 03:22 AM posted to sci.astro.satellites.visual-observe
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Default ISS/Progrees pass

I had a good view of ISS last night or I should say at twilight
(18:34), from the San Francisco, CA area. 68 degrees and about 0 mag.
just above the star Merak.
I think the brightness at twilight plus a gibbous moon was atributed
to the Progress supply ship which was attached to ISS.

I took a 15 second picture of the pass showing the Big Dipper.

You can see the pic he


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