ISS's Varying Orbit

From: Garvey J. Dyer (
Date: Sun Dec 03 2000 - 18:57:12 PST

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    Could someone please tell me why ISS's orbit changes from time to
    time??  From my location it is normally visible in the early morning,
    but during Shuttle missions it becomes visible in the evening.  Did
    anyone notice that, or did I just discover something big???  :-)
    Garvey J. Dyer
    Bethesda, MD (USA)
    39.0 North, 77.1 West
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