Phobus Grunt - Visible Passes
          Search period start:00:00 Thursday, 10 November, 2011         
          Search period end:00:00 Sunday, 20 November, 2011
          Observer's location:Florence, 34.8000°N, 87.6770°W
          Local time zone:Central Standard Time (UTC - 6:00)
Orbit:206 x 340 km, 51.4° (Epoch Nov 10)

Type of passes to include:     <input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioVisible" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible">Visible only</label><input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioAll" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll">All</label>

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DateMagStartsMax. altitudeEnds
TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
10 Nov2.505:32:0512NW05:34:1049NE05:36:4010ESE
11 Nov1.805:31:4818WNW05:33:2764SW05:35:5710SE
12 Nov3.005:31:191905:32:2126SW05:34:3210SSE
13 Nov4.105:30:3712WSW05:30:5513SW05:32:0510SSW
19 Nov4.018:13:1510SW18:14:0020SW18:14:0020SW
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It will be moving on. you will be able to see it with the naked eye.

 

wow, look at the space station. tomorrow nite the magnitude is at minus 3.5 and the alt. at 66 degrees. it will be brighter than I've ever seen.

 

ISS - Visible Passes
          Search period start:00:00 Thursday, 10 November, 2011         
          Search period end:00:00 Sunday, 20 November, 2011
          Observer's location:Florence, 34.8000°N, 87.6770°W
          Local time zone:Central Standard Time (UTC - 6:00)
Orbit:373 x 402 km, 51.6° (Epoch Nov 10)

Type of passes to include:     <input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioVisible" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible">Visible only</label><input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioAll" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll">All</label>

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DateMagStartsMax. altitudeEnds
TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
15 Nov-0.505:29:191005:31:3820SE05:33:5710
16 Nov-3.506:06:3110SW06:09:3466NW06:12:3710NE
17 Nov-2.305:08:4110SSW05:11:3742SE05:14:3310ENE
18 Nov-0.504:14:1116ESE04:14:1116ESE04:15:4810
18 Nov-2.605:46:4710WSW05:49:3631NW05:52:2410NNE
19 Nov-3.204:51:5361NNE04:51:5361NNE04:54:3010NE

i fell asleep last nite. missed it. the next few days willl be poor viewing. Grunt will be barely visable above the horizon and mag. at 4+http://www.heavens-above.com/PassSummary.aspx?satid=37872&lat=34.800&lng=-87.677&loc=Florence&alt=152&tz=CST

Phobus Grunt - Visible Passes
          Search period start:00:00 Saturday, 12 November, 2011         
          Search period end:00:00 Tuesday, 22 November, 2011
          Observer's location:Florence, 34.8000°N, 87.6770°W
          Local time zone:Central Standard Time (UTC - 6:00)
Orbit:208 x 336 km, 51.4° (Epoch Nov 12)

Type of passes to include:     <input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioVisible" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioVisible">Visible only</label><input id="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll" name="ctl00$ContentPlaceHolder1$visible" type="radio" value="radioAll" /><label for="ctl00_ContentPlaceHolder1_radioAll">All</label>

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DateMagStartsMax. altitudeEnds
TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.TimeAlt.Az.
12 Nov3.105:31:421905:32:4425SW05:34:5410SSE
19 Nov4.418:19:1310SW18:19:4716WSW18:19:4716WSW
20 Nov4.318:16:551018:17:461818:17:4618
21 Nov4.518:14:4910WNW18:15:2613NW18:15:2613NW

It seems the Ruskies are not going to get the engines to restart. I guess its doomed to fall back to earth..

The international space station usually puts on a good show. I have seen it at twilight in the evening. Now that’s weird to watch.

well i was wrong again. i don't know i got on this site. the times are in local times.

i usually use the NASA site where the times are posted local time AMhttp://spaceflight1.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/cities/view.cgi?country=United_States&region=Alabama&city=Florence

 

THE FOLLOWING ISS SIGHTINGS ARE POSSIBLE FROM FRI NOV 11 TO SAT NOV 26

SATELLITE
LOCAL
DURATION
MAX ELEV
APPROACH
DEPARTURE
 
DATE/TIME
(MIN)
(DEG)
(DEG-DIR)
(DEG-DIR)
      
ISS
Tue Nov 15/05:29 AM
2
19
11 above S19 above SE
ISS
Thu Nov 17/05:09 AM
6
43
10 above SSW10 above ENE
ISS
Fri Nov 18/04:15 AM
< 1
17
17 above ESE16 above ESE
ISS
Fri Nov 18/05:48 AM
5
31
12 above W10 above NNE
ISS
Sat Nov 19/04:54 AM
3
65
65 above NNE11 above NE
ISS
Sun Nov 20/05:34 AM
2
17
16 above NW11 above N
ISS
Mon Nov 21/04:40 AM
< 1
12
12 above NNE10 above NNE
      
ONLY DAYS WITH SIGHTING OPPORTUNITIES ARE LISTED

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