Re: Intrinsic magnitude of ISS?

From: Robert Smathers (SSSSC Sat Shack) (
Date: Sun Jun 03 2001 - 22:09:43 PDT

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    "Robert Smathers (SSSSC Sat Shack)" wrote:
    > now, if the ISS passes between you and the sun, the pass will be
    > much dimmer (maybe magnitude 0, -1 or even -2 sometimes).  example:
    I actually meant 0, +1, +2 (getting as dim as Polaris on some
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