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12 minutes ago, vulture1957 said:

Is anyone doing an ISS watch tonight?

Me. Too bad I don't count.

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Lots of clouds, but we saw it for about 45 seconds in the southeast.

Venus sure is bright!

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I have an ISS Pass tonight NW to SW at 9:12 pm. It's only 44° to my West but the path hits Venus and then disappears into the Earths shadow two minutes later. Mostly thin cloudy right now. Maybe I'll get lucky.

I have another pass tomorrow, NW to SE,  at 8:26 pm at 82° to the NE. It's so early that El Paso, Texas will still be daylight.

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7 hours ago, Max and 99 said:

Can we make this the place to discuss April and May ISS passes?

 

My May 17/18 with Spain is looking good but I haven't checked the shadow. 

May 18 a.m. Is looking good with Florida. 

Bon  Echo is my partner May 15, at 22:43 and 89°!

A new waymarker also has a great view that night, if I'm not mistaken, at 83°, but about the same time as Bon Echo so I can't be the partner. 😕

I can partner with them for the evening of the 18th, or partner with Bon Echo if you want to do the new player

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