Re: I Saw ISS-Shuttle in the Earth's Shadow too!

From: roberts@nmia.com
Date: Tue Dec 03 2002 - 00:07:16 EST

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    Tim Rogers wrote:
    > So with this sighting in the middle of the night, I think this truly means
    > that we are seeing the lights on the station, yes?  I'm still in
    
    based on recent NASA TV video, it appears payload bay lights are
    staying on in the shuttle, thus allowing observations of the docked
    shuttle and ISS after orbital sunset.  
    
    now that the shuttle has undocked, I don't know if we can still see
    the shuttle after orbital sunset on passes we observe.
    
    
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