Richmond Astronomical Society

ISS pass tonight (July 28), 8:40 pm

Jul 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Events

ISS pass tonight, 8:40 pm (July 28),. -2.5 magnitude, 46 degrees high, traveling from NW to SE.

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  1. I saw an Iridium flare, magnitude -8, on July 27, at about 10:43 pm. The sky was cloudy, with clouds such that the Moon could shine hazily through them. A small star appeared, then vanished. Then a really bright star appeared, with a hazy glare, going from left to right, then it faded. Interesting – seeing an Iridium flare through clouds.