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Another 6-minute pass of the ISS last night (27/05/2018) at 10:27 p.m. where as you can see it is still pretty light - and not helped at all by a nearly full Moon :(

Greg

 

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Awesome mate. Always enjoyable watching that fly through the sky. 

Ray

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Somewhere in a large bag of old B&W antique photos I am sure I have a photo of the "Sputnick I" will have to see if I can find it.  That would be around 1957 if my memory serves me right I had just been posted to North Walsham in Norfolk after joining the Norfolk County Police, having completed my training at Eynsham Police College. . The camera was an Agfa Isolette, I bought when I was in the Navy. 

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2 hours ago, scorpius said:

Somewhere in a large bag of old B&W antique photos I am sure I have a photo of the "Sputnick I" will have to see if I can find it.  That would be around 1957 if my memory serves me right I had just been posted to North Walsham in Norfolk after joining the Norfolk County Police, having completed my training at Eynsham Police College. . The camera was an Agfa Isolette, I bought when I was in the Navy. 

Blimey - that will be a superb piece of photo history if you can find that!!!!!!

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Yeah you have to pull that one out Dave.

Ray

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