02-037F visible before decay over Europe and USA

From: Bjorn Gimle (b.gimle@chello.se)
Date: Thu Apr 28 2005 - 15:20:27 EDT

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    To continue on a more positive note, there will be a few passes over
    Europe soon, and later USA, probably visible in the northern states. And
    the Friday's anticipated clouds over Sweden, which seemed to appear
    already, have largely disappeared, so I might get a final look, high in
    the W.
    I am a poor reference on US timezones, but my graph shows about 11:30 UTC
    over Texas.
    In my mind, EST is UTC-5, EDT UTC-4, are you CDT? Does that make it
    In that case, time would be 06:30 a.m.
    Forgetting the civil times, I ran a prediction for San Antonio, and found
    the Sun's elevation to be -4.8 degrees at the time.
    Good luck!
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    Bryan Tobias
    San Antonio, Texas
    We will be watching here in Texas if we are lucky. From the graphics you
    presented, I assume that it will be around 6 AM for us? Please verify. We
    will have cameras ready.
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