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Re: ISS sighting

>about the brightness of Venus as she rose in the sky. At about
>75 degrees altitude a most brilliant blinding flash exploded.
>It must have been caused by the solar panels momentarely
>reflecting the Sun's rays in my direction. What a sight !

Since the solar arrays are probably kept normal to the sun at all
times, I find it difficult to understand how your brilliant flash
could be caused by a glint off the panels. Perhaps there's something
else on the structure that did it?


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