I saw Babylon 1 a/k/a ISS on Tuesday morning at 5:02 am Eastern (9:02 UT). Very nice overhead pass. While I've seen it several times before, this was my first opportunity while there's a crew onboard. (STS-88 was when there were no visible passes in my area). Unfortunately an earlier opportunity with Babylon 1 and STS-96 as separate objects chasing each other across the sky was clouded out. It's been 193 days 3 hours and an odd number of minutes since FGB was launched last year. BTW - for those of you who care for what I do for a living (and yes, it is satellite viewing related), check out the following URLs for stories which appeared in the hometown paper of one of the astronauts on this shuttle flight - http://amarillonet.com/stories/051199/new_129-2005.001.shtml http://amarillonet.com/stories/052999/new_iss.shtml Philip Chien, KC4YER Earth News world (in)famous writer, science fiction fan, ham radio operator, all-around nice guy, etc.