High, bright pass of the Int'l Space Station tonight

Morris Jones mojo at whiteoaks.com
Mon Oct 6 15:26:36 PDT 2014


 From Los Angeles tonight, just a few minutes before 8 p.m., there's a 
high bright pass of the International Space Station.

It will appear low in the southwest about 7:54, and by 7:56 it'll be 
very high in the sky, slightly to the west, moving from southwest to 
northeast.

It will be very bright, looking like a moving star. Just after 7:57, it 
will pass into earth's shadow, and slowly fade out of sight in the 
northeast.

If you see it, be sure to wave at the astronauts!

For other passes and satellite information, I use http://heavens-above.com

Best regards,
Mojo
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Morris Jones
Monrovia, CA
http://mojo.whiteoaks.com


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