Soyuz TMA-14 gives rise to UFO reports

From: Robert Holdsworth (
Date: Tue Jun 02 2009 - 18:48:52 UTC

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    The Twitter world is a-twitter concerning an alleged UFO report.
    Fortunately one voice of reason has tried to alleviate this on the relevant 
    page but  I suspect that it will be a while before the fuss dies down 
    concerning this apparent "UFO" sighting of Soyuz TMA-14 and the ISS.
    On a more positive note Twitter has provided a useful means to alert the 
    general populace to events of interest such as an ISS pass we just had, 
    which should have been very bright here but although I did see it the 
    sighting was not particularly good owing to patchy cloud.
     As NASA and ESA among others are on Twitter  it is also useful to keep up 
    to date on what's happening as well as to feed back information where 
    appropriate.  (It goes without saying that there is a lot of "noise" to 
    filter out though :-)
    Robert Holdsworth
    New Zealand
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