Thursday, 31 January 2019

More stargazing!

For the next few days the ISS is making passes over the UK just after sunset: tonight's are at 5.11 (17.11) and 6.47 (18.47) Well worth looking out for if you've never seen the International Space Station: it's very bright and impossible to miss as it travels overhead.

It was very foggy here in the Yare Valley this morning, so I couldn't look at the conjunction of Venus, the Moon and Jupiter (with Saturn close by!) Here's a photo my stepdaughter sent from Coventry: pretty impressive!

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