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Old 08-30-2009, 11:15 PM   #1
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It's five a clock, somewhere

It is 5 a clock somewhere.
Where are you and What are you doing????

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Old 08-31-2009, 12:25 AM   #2
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Hello... Well it is 2:20am here and I should be in bed sleeping but 2 cups of coffee early last evening are working at keeping me awake..

Marvin & Annie
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Old 08-31-2009, 12:52 AM   #3
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It's 11:43 PM here, and I was just outside in the back yard enjoying a 'sip' before bed and watching the night sky with a really bright Jupiter showing it's stuff in the southern sky...

BTW...check out Heavens-Above Home Page for the latest visible passes of the International Space Station...the space shuttle hooked up today, and together they are really bright as they float by overhead numerous times this week...

Set the web site for your location, using 'Configuration'....then click on the 'ISS' to see the passes near you...if you click on a 'date' from the passes chart, you will then see a sky chart showing the pass - also, you can then click on the 'click here' just below the 'Ground Track' lable to see a better chart of the pass, along with the times, direction, etc...

If you haven't check it out, do so, I promise that when you see a bright pass near you, you'll be amazed at the eerie sight of the Space Station as is moves across the sky - it's especially bright when the Shuttle is hooked up to it!

There is also a section of the web sit that list Daytime passes of the ISS, and I checked one out just after sunup a couple of weeks ago and was able to spot the ISS - it's a bright silvery object after sunup, and if you can keep up with it using binoculars, it's another fun view!

Try it, you'll like it...
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