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Multiple ISS Transits - July 20/21st

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« on: July 22, 2008, 08:49:03 am »

This was the coldest night for months with a slight air frost. The bright Moon made the land and sky look like a Autumn night. It felt like it to.
Eeek! Minimum here on the North Coast Jul 20/21 was 10.3C despite largely clear sky!

However I do agree about "autumn" - once Arcturus is dropping to the horizon and Aldebaran is seen rising in the East, the season does seem to have changed. Not long now until the first sight of Orion looming above the SE horizon.
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