Upcoming Visible Space Station Passes

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milner79
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Wednesday night 9:42, making a high arc from northwest to south.
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milner79 said:

Space station making a pass on the northern sky at 8:54 tonight.


Got a nice view of it from the pool while drinking an ice cold Corona, the official beer of space.
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6 minutes? i see a lot of clouds....
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I got a great view. Love doing this.
milner79
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Nice high pass until it slipped behind the clouds well to the south. Thursday night 8:54. Looks like a high arc north to south passing right through the big dipper.

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yeah, it was clear. saturday night 8:50 should be good.
TyHolden
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Perseid meteor shower peaks tonight along with 30+ satellites. Moon may be too bright to see any of it though. It was really bright last night.
meezermom
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We caught about 10 satellites last night but not one Perseid ... hopefully tonight with our backs to the moon will work!
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Should be a good pass tonight if the clouds cooperate.

7:45PM - Visible for 7 Minutes - Max Height 65 degrees, Appears in the NW Disappears in the SE.
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It looks like there will be a string of starlinks tonight. Visible??

samsal75
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Are we sure it's the Space Station and not some UFO/Chinese modern Junk??
BaitShack
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I saw 3 randoms but no starlink.
555-PINF
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I didn't have time to find and bump this thread at the time, but did anyone else get to see the "ISS eclipse" from a week or so back? The ISS crossed between the sun and the moon, so it cast a shadow on the moon that was big enough to see. I randomly saw that it was going to happen 5 minutes beforehand and was able to run outside and see it.
maroon barchetta
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Dang. No. Didn't see that.
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Should be a good one tonight for ISS viewers. SW to NE starting at 6:07 with the added bonus of a string of starlink satellites. Clouds are supposed to start breaking up in the late afternoon/ early evening so maybe someone will get lucky.

https://james.darpinian.com/satellites/
maroon barchetta
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Those clouds better hurry up
maroon barchetta
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Narrator: The clouds did not hurry up
 
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