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Started by MarkS, Jan 19, 2020, 19:43:24
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Quote from: HughThanks for locating the Starlink satellites position last night. I sat in the garden at 2200 and watched them come over for a while. They were eyesight visible but, unless I wasn't seeing all of them (my sky is quite light polluted as living on a corner I have street lights on two sides), spread quite wide apart, so that they were seeming to come over individually ~ just all in the same direction. Probably several minutes between them.
Quote from: MarkSThe latest batch of 60 were launched yesterday. They should pass through Leo tonight (Thur 23 April) at around 20:55 BST. They'll be close together and very bright but will the sky be dark enough to see them?