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Our area of Florida shows a very good vis tonight at 8:43 SSW with a 85o/o flyover. Should be good!


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Also an excellent visibility tonight in S.E. Mich.

10:21:44 pm WSW 78° -3.9 (very bright)

You can look up the info for your area at www.spaceweather.com
then click on "Flybys" and put in your area code.


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The only Flybys I see is an app they want to sell me. Am I missing something?




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Awesome view from here! Very bright, very fast.


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Corey, scroll down on the right to satelite flybys. Too late for this one now but you'll know in the future.


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Thanks Danny, found it!

Looks like 10:21 PM, so I think I can catch it tonight!!




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Was a very clear night here in Mich. and was very visible.... Man that thing moves!!! I think its like about 90 min's an orbit....


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Looks like 10:21 PM, so I think I can catch it tonight!!

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Looks like 10:21 PM, so I think I can catch it tonight!!

No Danny, I missed it!

Should have paid more attention to your post. I learned that one number off in your zip code means a lot D'oh I was staring at the sky two hours after it went by.




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It'll be visible again tonight at 10:02 in S. E. Mich.... Straight out of the west...


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Tonight will be one of the brightest flyovers ever. 8:53 here in Venice, check your area code to see when it flys over you.


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I was surprised how bright it was since there was still some light off to the west. I just wish we would have had less cloud cover.


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Skys are looking good for a double treat tonight. 8:43 to 8:46 we get the Space Station, then 47 seconds later we get the UARS. Might be a pretty cool event.


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