ISS + SOYUZ-TM33 tonight

From: Anthony Ayiomamitis (
Date: Mon Oct 22 2001 - 14:36:06 EDT

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    Dear List,
          I had the pleasure of watching a real nice pair of passes by the
    above-mentioned satellites earlier this evening with about a 30 minute
    interval between passes. The ISS was easily at 0.2 mag as indicated by
    Heavens-Above. As for the SOYUZ-TM33 pass, it lasted about 90 seconds
    and was also quite bright ... probably mag +2 in the worst case
    scenario. I acquired the satellite  at about 15-deg alt in the northwest
    and observed it go north of Polaris, through Cepheus and eventually set
    in the south-west.
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