ISS

From: Carl H. Schmid (carls@adaptautomation.com)
Date: Wed Dec 13 2000 - 18:22:59 PST

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    Just saw my first pass of ISS through high level cloud haze and tremendous
    light pollution.  Only other visible object in the north (besides aircraft)
    was what I believe to be Vega, which it passed near to, but could not get a
    real fix due to poor conditions.  It was slightly brighter than that object.
    Definite orange tint.  Acquired just prior to 01:37 UT and lost about 01:39
    UT.
    
    Good viewing to all,
    
    Carl H. Schmid
    carls@adaptautomation.com
    33.7195N, -117.8531(W), approx. 50' A.S.L.
    
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