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Sunday, 3 February 2019

Another terrific pass by the ISS

The first of two passes by the International Space Station tonight took place at around 18.50, with decent clear skies and Orion above the south-eastern horizon. The next pass is at 19.26 and, although it won't be as bright, the skies will be darker: well worth a look. (Also, you could have a glance at Orion's 'sword' with your spotting scope: you can easily make out the gaseous nebulae)

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