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G Burt
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ISS Sighting

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Treated to a really good sighting of the ISS just after 6:00 this morning from Alton, Hampshire. The ISS was followed by a much fainter object at an angular distance equivalent to the length of my thumb at arm's length. Presumably, this was the undocked SpaceX craft?

Best Wishes,

Geoff :)

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. Dear Geoff,

maybe 6° distance.

Regards, David

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Dear David,

Many thanks. I see that the SpaceX docked successfully earlier today and the payload included special mice, dubbed 'Mousetronauts'. No Moon cheese involved presumably.....

Best Wishes,

Geoff

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