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[Edited by SleeplessAndy on 07-07-2006 05:37 AM]
ISS - Visible Passes
Search Period Start: 12:00 Thursday, 06 July, 2006
Search Period End: 12:00 Sunday, 16 July, 2006
Observer's Location: London ( 51.5170°N, 0.1050°W)
Local Time: British Summer Time (GMT + 1:00)
Orbit: 334 x 348 km, 51.6° (Epoch 06 Jul)
No visible passes found within the search period.
Unfortunately not, I think you must've been looking at the Search Period. Doesn't look like we'll see it from the UK during this mission.
To see what the table looks like when a view is possible, see Ibiza over the next 10 days..
At 10:15 tonight, a dot about as bright as an average star will pass almost overhead. With binoculars it'll be possible to see that it's the shuttle and ISS, but it will probably just look like a dot to the naked eye. Just in case you didn't know, the lower the magnitude, the brighter the object.
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