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  • Razz 25 Feb 2011 01:07:53 62,142 posts
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    Space Junk is better and is free on Android and on iOS store.

    To find the ISS, Hubble, Nanosail et al.. switch to the globe view and zoom out, the ISS is currently near Japan.
  • ecu 25 Feb 2011 01:14:50 77,783 posts
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    Space Junk is pretty good. I prefer ISS Visibility gives you more information though. It's probably good to use them together.
  • graysonavich 26 Feb 2011 18:27:28 7,641 posts
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    Discovery should be visible in a few minutes. Look south (and up)
  • graysonavich 26 Feb 2011 18:42:28 7,641 posts
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    That was pretty cool :)
  • ecu 26 Feb 2011 18:43:23 77,783 posts
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    It's still too overcast to see anything here. :(
  • Razz 26 Feb 2011 18:58:15 62,142 posts
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    Thanks for the heads up! Was awesome! :)
  • brokenkey 26 Feb 2011 19:11:04 7,465 posts
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    Razz wrote:
    Space Junk is better and is free on Android and on iOS store.

    Can't find it on the android market. Any chance of a link?
  • morriss 26 Feb 2011 19:12:06 71,284 posts
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    Anyone video it?
  • graysonavich 26 Feb 2011 19:25:40 7,641 posts
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    Some live space docking!, in HD!

    Not that kind of docking, you pervert.
  • brokenkey 2 Mar 2011 17:13:44 7,465 posts
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    If you have clear skies where you are, a good chance to see the shuttle in space this evening:

    SHUTTLE Wed Mar 02 / 06 : 47 PM 3 85 42 above W 20 above E
    SHUTTLE Wed Mar 02 / 08 : 21 PM < 1 19 19 above W 19 above W
  • brokenkey 2 Mar 2011 17:13:47 7,465 posts
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  • oceanmotion 2 Mar 2011 17:31:04 16,375 posts
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    brokenkey wrote:
    If you have clear skies where you are, a good chance to see the shuttle in space this evening:

    SHUTTLE Wed Mar 02 / 06 : 47 PM 3 85 42 above W 20 above E
    SHUTTLE Wed Mar 02 / 08 : 21 PM < 1 19 19 above W 19 above W

    Would it kinda be like a bright star with the naked eye ?

    What would be the general direction to look, not up ;) from those posted ?
  • brokenkey 2 Mar 2011 17:46:32 7,465 posts
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    It was a fast moving orange fit earlier in the week. Look west, 40 degrees above the horizon, and it will be visible for 3 minutes passing overhead and disappearing in the east.
  • billythekid 2 Mar 2011 18:53:33 11,701 posts
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    that was pretty cool. What could i have seen with a decent telescope? Or was it moving too quickly?
  • Razz 2 Mar 2011 19:06:33 62,142 posts
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    brokenkey wrote:
    Razz wrote:
    Space Junk is better and is free on Android and on iOS store.

    Can't find it on the android market. Any chance of a link?

    https://market.android.com/details?id=us.xyzw.spacejunk&feature=search_result
  • brokenkey 2 Mar 2011 19:07:50 7,465 posts
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    Woo!

    edit: thanks Razz :)
  • mcmonkeyplc 4 Mar 2011 11:08:07 39,854 posts
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    STS-133 launch from multiple angles

    One of the best videos I have ever seen.
  • kingcrowbar 7 Mar 2011 09:49:55 945 posts
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    mcmonkeyplc wrote:
    STS-133 launch from multiple angles

    One of the best videos I have ever seen.



    Has anyone seen if there is a composite version with multiple cameras at the same time?
  • brokenkey 7 Mar 2011 11:03:40 7,465 posts
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brokenkey/5503577288/
  • magicpanda 7 Mar 2011 11:12:08 13,809 posts
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  • magicpanda 7 Mar 2011 11:13:04 13,809 posts
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    Excellent Brokenkey.
  • mcmonkeyplc 7 Mar 2011 11:15:06 39,854 posts
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    brokenkey wrote:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brokenkey/5503577288/

    Awesome! What camera did you use?
  • X201 7 Mar 2011 11:22:41 16,551 posts
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    Shuttle landing is scheduled for 9 March 16:58 GMT
  • Zerobob 7 Mar 2011 11:30:15 1,648 posts
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    mcmonkeyplc wrote:
    STS-133 launch from multiple angles

    One of the best videos I have ever seen.

    That was fantastic! I'm amazed at the stability of the recording, never mind what's actually being filmed!
  • brokenkey 7 Mar 2011 11:38:55 7,465 posts
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    mcmonkeyplc wrote:
    brokenkey wrote:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/brokenkey/5503577288/

    Awesome! What camera did you use?


    its a Panasonic TZ5, starry night mode, 60 second shutter.
  • Tremendosaurus 7 Mar 2011 12:00:47 1,195 posts
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    billythekid wrote:
    that was pretty cool. What could i have seen with a decent telescope? Or was it moving too quickly?

    It's possible, but bloody difficult. I tried to catch the ISS with my telescope the other night, but tracking it was a nightmare!
  • mcmonkeyplc 7 Mar 2011 14:49:31 39,854 posts
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    Shuttles final wake up call a special one

    Put a smile on my face. :)
  • terminalterror 7 Mar 2011 22:10:15 18,933 posts
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    I saw the shuttle and ISS arcing low across the sky at 19:20 or so this evening. I was initially confused as I hadn't realised that the shuttle had undocked with the space station, so was surprised to see two satellites tracking across the sky where I was expecting to see just one.

    That was so very very awesome.
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