Consecutive ISS passes

From: Steve Newcomb (
Date: Wed Aug 01 2001 - 18:07:31 PDT

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    I saw ISS on the 1st visible pass last night, but because of clouds missed
    the next pass. It may have been possible to see 6 consecutive passes at my
    location last night. The maximum culmination for these passes were in order
    were 61, 20, 10, 14, 59, 14 degrees.(The 10 degree pass is questionable and
    the last pass the sun is less than 5 degrees below the horizon.) I don't do
    much early morning viewing and trees make it difficult for anything under 30
    degree elevation, but I can view some directions down to 15 degree with some
    What is the maximum number of consecutive passes viewable (at different
    latitudes and not counting daytime, when that happens) and who has seen the
    most consecutive passes?
    +39.4697 Lat. -79.3393 Lon. 2573 ft.
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