Endeavour on time: Got a good view of Endeavour this morning (Thursday) at 09:11 UTC (05:11 local) while crossing the southeast Virginia area. Did not observe the PAM/STU canister, the sky was already past civil twilight. Appears the payload bay is probably facing the sun since complete fadeout occurred once past tangent to our position. Seems we missed an opportunity yesterday (Wednesday morning) to observe the IAE about 15 minutes before reentry over the Atlantic. I can imagine that there was some violent tumbling involved before it's demise. Can anyone else on the U.S. east coast who was in the clear comment on this? Darn those stubborn clouds! James E. Byrd The Amateur Satellite Observers of Southeast Virginia (ASOSV) "http://www.seva.net/reg/satellite"