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tibbs1972

ISS Tonight 22:37 15th December

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It's almost a shame I've shown my kids (9 and 7 yo) the ISS before, if not there is a bright pass over London on Christmas eve at 17:24 and it might just look a little bit like santa's sleigh going over to people that don't already know better.

Probably one for the non-astronomers rather than us lot, but worth telling your friends maybe? No doubt it will be cloudy anyway.

The sound of heavy rain on my windows is telling me not to bother looking out for tonight's pass. Sigh.

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22:37?!?

Surely any satellite would be in shadow at that time? Must be an error from HA or something, it for some reasons tends to show invisible passes as the opposite quoting the magnitude every so often, odd.

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