ISS & Zvezda

From: Jeff Hunt (jeff_satobserve@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Sun Jul 23 2000 - 07:16:39 PDT

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    Was everyone else asleep this morning (July 23) or is this just considered
    another "I saw Mir again" report?
    
    I observed the ISS on time coming out of shadow near the  half moon at 08:16
    UTC on July 23. I suspect viewing was limited to mag 3 due to the high haze
    and moon but ISS showed up highly visible until the illumination waned.
    
    I thought I had missed Z somehow (predicted 08:22 UTC approx.) until it
    showed up out of the shadow at 08:25:50 UTC well close to 4 minutes later in
    a higher orbit based on the July 22 epoch from Heaven-Above. Z was slightly
    brighter than ISS (IMO) and steady.
    
    The last posted maneuver for Z was late Friday July 21. Did anyone else note
    a late arrival?
    
    Jeff
    
    38.51N/ 76.76W
    
    http://home.att.net/~janjeff/
    
    
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