Starshine 2 Observing

From: Jeffrey Simpson (jeffdsimpson@hotmail.com)
Date: Sat Dec 15 2001 - 17:36:28 EST

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    Yahoo. Starshine and the Shuttle will pass over Invercargill soon after 
    deployment. I could be the first earth-bound observer to see it if it's 
    cloudy in Australia and not here. This will be only a couple of minutes 
    after deployment so the shuttle and starshine will still be close together? 
    The pass starts at 4:04am near betelgeuse which will serve as a good marker. 
    Wish me luck and clear skies.
    
    Jeffrey Simpson
    
    
    
    Invercargill 46.4233 S, 168.3532 E
    
    
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