forwarded ISS picture

From: Tristan Cools (
Date: Tue Dec 19 2000 - 14:23:48 PST

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    I received this:
    >Hi, everyone.
    >Konnichiwa from Japan.
    >Here in Japan, for several evenings last week, we enjoyed ISS flying over
    >our sky. As I was standing and observing the ISS from the top of our
    >company which is located at western Tokyo, we could see very bright ISS on
    >December 11, 2000 (Please do not ask me how bright ISS was... ). Everyone
    >on the roof was watching with binoculars and telescopes since many of us
    >are serious amateur astronomy. And one of our company's best amateur
    >astronomer, Mr. Kondo, took a beautiful shot of ISS. Though it looks small,
    >the pair of solar cell panels are recognizable. He made a nice visual guide
    >about what is shown on that photo. So, here it is on our company's
    >Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the land of Sushi!
    >Toshi Yasuda
    >  Toshikatsu Yasuda
    >  International Trade Dept.
    >Address: 4-16Yazakicho, Fuchu-shi,
    >     Tokyo 183-8530 JAPAN
    > TEL:     +81-42-3625312
    > FAX:     +81-42-3619571
    Tristan Cools
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