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Have you looked up to see it yet? It goes 'round and 'round, as we all know!

I just now stepped out to watch it approach from the Southwest, glide overhead, and leave to the East in about 5 minutes, exactly as predicted. It tends to simply "go out" as it leaves the sunlight hitting it, even though it is still high above.

If you're curious, you can log on and be notified about hen and where to look at your location. Once registered, you will get an email every day it is visible.

Just go to:

HQ-spotthestation@mail.nasa.gov

Neat to see it once, anyway!

Vermonter
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