Tuesday, July 07, 2009
Well , how about half an excellent opportunity sky ? Just when it looked like the clouds were not going to co operate , during the final minute count down , the clouds suddenly parted and right on cue , out popped ISS , on it's Eastwardly trajectory to nowhere , aimlessly floating along , right above Franklin. The sighting couldn't get any better than last night.
Note : If you saw the other bright object moving southwards , seconds before ISS appeared , well then , that was not ISS. It was a satellite , but I don't know which one. Being on a southward orbit and being so bright , I would guess it's a spy type. And no , I'm not talking about the full moon either.