The International Space Station passing Overhead At 10:22 pm ESDST Lakes entrance Victoria Australia.

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  • atomant

    lm waiting for the iss to pass under the moon when it does l;ll be filming it with my nikonp900.

  • jayjay78

    i remember about 5 years ago i was back in latrobe valley - near warragul, but up in the hills. anyway i was spotlighting looking for foxes and a bright star started moving across the sky.. it really freaked me out and i was convinced that it was aliens XO next day i did a bit of research online to see if anyone else had seen it and i found out it was the space station.

  • smiddy3

    They have an unlimited budget granted to them by the Zionist government to keep all you peons believing in your silly spinning ball.

    Jehovah`s Witnesses must be in on the conspiracy as their foundation members C.T.Russell and Co. were obviously in league with the Zionists.

    Otherwise why else was their magazine titled "Zions Watchtower And Herald Of Christs Presence "

  • MeanMrMustard

    @smiddy3: exactly. And as shown here, the WT is also backing the Marvel universe with subliminal messages.

  • OrphanCrow

    The temperature has dropped today and I hope to be in for a good ISS sighting tonight!

    The sky has been overcast (actually, a clipper tore through the past couple days and it warmed up to -7 and now we hit the usual again - it was -29 when I woke up this morning) but now the sky is clear and crisp. Perfect for an ISS flyover.

    I have tracked the ISS for years through the NASA tracker but missed a few when I was in the city. I have recently moved to a rural area which allows me to be a sky watcher again. I have already had a double sighting one night around Christmas when the temp was hovering down in the -30s. I love really cold winter nights because the sky is so clear.

    I missed the eclipse due to cloud cover (damn warm winter weather!) but when I woke this morning at 5 am and stepped outside, that fat old moon was hanging over the spruce trees.

    On a related amateur astronomer out in British Columbia, Canada, found a satellite signal from a "lost" satellite:

    Long "dead" NASA satellite discovered alive by amateur astronomer

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