Sunday, March 05, 2006

Another successful track of the ISS at 18:26 tonight, watched the whole of its' track across the sky as it skimmed by the moon, probably the brightest I've seen it so far at a magnitude of -0.6.

Tried to view another Iridium flare without success though, must read up some more on these to ensure I'm looking in the right direction.

Clouds are rolling in again now but will try to get outside later if i can.

1 comment:

  1. Oddly enough I managed to catch it totally by accident. I was closing some curtains, happened to look up at the Moon, saw a bright star quite near it and then realised that it was moving.

    Watched in get quite close to the Moon.