Nice pass of APT in a twilight sky for those in the england/france area's

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Oct 22 2011 - 10:45:58 UTC

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    On Oct 23 at around 18:02 utc, APT ( 37800 ) will pass by.
    
    It's predicted to get to 2nd magnitude at the time, and under 400 km away, so it will zip across the sky at a good speed.
    
    The sky will be bright, as the sun will be roughly 10 degress below the horizon.
    
    Enjoy the close encounter of the APT kind.
    
    Kevin
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