RE: Friday ISS Water Dump over Hawaii about 14:00 GMT

From: Marcia /\~~~ (
Date: Thu Sep 06 2001 - 18:23:58 EDT

Thanks, Rob and James and all,  I shall set bells and whistles just in case 
this rain forest I live in allows me a look. I was properly chastised by my 
satellite-hunting son for not posting my co-ordinates last time. I shall do 
so this time.

Bearing in mind that a great viewing opportunity was missed over Long 
Island for lack of getting up early, I will do my best to see this water 
dump.  It will be my first one.   I may just climb onto to roof to afford a 
better view and always watch the ISS for as long as it is visible. Perhaps 
precise time can only be ascertained in hindsight.   However, I appreciate 
any precision available and my thanks for your responses!

Marcia in Hilo (-10 hours UTC)
1940.396' N, 15505.143' W

At 11:57 AM 9/6/01, Matson, Robert wrote:
>James writes of the upcoming ISS water dump:
> > My mistake -- it's after 9 AM CDT, which is 14:00 GMT!!
>So this is 4 am HST Friday morning (UTC-10 hours).
>I show an ISS pass over Hilo coming out of shadow at
>4:30:35am HST, around 40 degrees above the northeast
>horizon and descending.  This will be a little over
>20 degrees to the right of Jupiter.
>Does anyone know a more precise time for the water dump?
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