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Stexas
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ISS Sighting this evening

NASA sightings linky


Thu, Sep 15, 2022 Begin Max. End
Time (CDT) 07:42:26 PM 07:45:45 PM 07:49:04 PM
Direction SW NW NE
Altitude 10° 80° 10°
Brightness -3.2 mag -3.2 mag




TigerGman
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near perfect pass, weather great



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ISS is fake, its just a light bulb on a blimp.


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quote:

ISS Sighting


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quote:

ISS is fake, its just a light bulb on a blimp.


Chad504boy


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BhamBlazeDog
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I was thinking the same thing before clicking into the thread.


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LSUBFA83
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And it's going to be directly overhead. A seven minute pass. As long as we don't have clouds, it should be the perfect time to watch.


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had to read the title twice... thought ISIS was flying jets over!


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That's awesome


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CocomoLSU
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Sweet, I'll have to take my son out to see it before bed. For whatever reason, I love watching the ISS flyovers.


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Stexas
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like this kind?


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piratedude
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quote:

ISS is fake, its just a light bulb on a blimp.

a really really really fast blimp, to travel from NW horizon to SE horizon (OTers, that's the long way) in 8 minutes. SWMBO has been watching it from the balcony at Morgantown, or Tacky Jack's upper deck.
This post was edited on 9/15 at 2:51 pm


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GB1017LSU
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Thanks for the heads up!
The speed of this thing is truly fascinating.


AirbusDawg
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It passes over quite frequently. Sometimes three or four times a week. I usually watch it, but it's just a wobbling light. Looks like an aircraft without navigational lights on


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LegendInMyMind
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Will it be coming from your Southwest or my Southwest?



You couldn't ask for better viewing weather for most of us in the Southeast tonight.


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The Boat
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I miss getting to see the ISS and seeing the Space Shuttle chasing right behind it. Those were the best passes.


DeCat ODahouse
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So, am I interpreting your map correctly?

The circle indicates that when we first view the ISS on our horizon it is actually flying directly above a location in central Mexico?

And when it disappears it is somewhere over W. Virginia?


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Thanks for this post.


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Stexas
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That's how I'm interpreting it.

Here's a link to the web app that shows it's current location.

Nasa


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TigerGman
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quote:

I miss getting to see the ISS and seeing the Space Shuttle chasing right behind it. Those were the best passes.


YES! What about SpaceX?


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