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Two for the price of one tonight! Managed to get a good look at the overhead pass of the ISS just now - it came up through fairly murky high cloud in the west and out into a clear sky just above Saturn. I haven't seen it for a while and was amazed how big and bright it is now.

I noticed on H-A that there was an Iridium flare due a couple of minutes later, a -7 mag, and turned around just in time to spot a big hazy light fading behind the clouds - so I think I can tick that one as my first Iridium flare.:) If only the sky had been clear! :D I guess it would have been really stunning.

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