Daylight transit of ISS

From: Russell Eberst (
Date: Thu Aug 16 2001 - 12:41:23 PDT

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    I have just been able to follow ISS (with Discovery attached) for about  1 
    from 19:12:30 U.T.   to 19:13:30 U.T.  on August 16. This is more than 30
    minutes before local sunset. This is one of very few daylight sightings that  I
    have made,  the last one probably being 1994 November 6 of STS-66.
    (not including daylight Iridium flares). I was using 11X80 binoculars.
    Best wishes,                     Total observations:   184437
    Russell  Eberst
    55.9486N,   3.1383W,  150 feet = 46 metres above MSL
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