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Originally posted by LocoHombre
reply to post by okbmd
umm, no. because if even if it was, you wouldn't see it. the ISS is in a higher orbit than the Low Earth orbit than the sattelites you see at night. the ones you see are at a height of about 125 mi. the ISS is at >225 miles. you woul not see it.
hope that helps!
Originally posted by okbmd
reply to post by greeneyedleo
Thanks gel , it would seem that it was indeed the ISS , as the time , approach and departure , and degrees all match perfectly with what I saw .