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Can you spot the International Space Station?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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    1. oh no that does sound a sad story . . . the best thing about the ISS though it is comes back again and again so if you miss it once you will have another chance the following night or in a couple of weeks

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    1. I love watching it . . . I could see it tonight but juggling too much, might try tomorrow as it seems to be over northern Europe for much of the weekend

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  1. Mmm… if you say so. Could be just a scratch on your lens πŸ₯±
    Actually I have seen the Columbia space shuttle when it went orbited around the world in 1981. We were able to see the horizon from our flat in Cape Town and watched it go by several times.
    (BTW what’s with the huge space below the photo? Is something missing?)

    Today I am going local: https://wp.me/pL5Ms-53k

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      1. I added it after it had been posted in response to some of the comments and so kind of didn’t want it to be part of the original photo – I do have strange moments sometimes!!!

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