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talking of space and stuff...did anyone see the space station in the sky tonight? around 7.30.


with shuttle discovery attached alongside on her final mission ..>

Fantastic, apparently you can see it on wednesday evening just after sunset.



We saw it last night, it was really clear so fingers crossed for wednesday.

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I loved the first episode of Professor Brian Cox's "Wonders of the Universe" I was fascinated by the 2nd rule of Thermodynamics, who'd have thought it!

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MR L wrote:
talking of space and stuff...did anyone see the space station in the sky tonight? around 7.30.


with shuttle discovery attached alongside on her final mission ..>

Fantastic, apparently you can see it on wednesday evening just after sunset.


I must try to remember to have a look. It always seems to be cloudy around here when there is something special happening in the night sky. There was a possibility of seeing the Northern Lights a few weeks ago, but I saw nothing. :(

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Link below to NASA sight wher you enter your location and it tells you when, where & what time you can see the International Space Station.
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/

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Link below to NASA sight wher you enter your location and it tells you when, where & what time you can see the International Space Station.
http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/


Thanks for this Mr L. 8) I'll have a look tonight.


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i missed it, went out shortly after 7.35, was finishing off my ash!! think i was looking in the wrong direction anyway.

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I missed it too.

We were late home as my Mother-in-Law went to hospital after a fall. Luckily she was not injured and is now back home.

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Must have a look 8)

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Too much cloud, went for a Ruby instead! :BEEEER


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Watched Coxy last Sunday - marvellous stuff! I've just got the book of the series - fabulous pictures of the universe and some rather nice ones of Prof Cox :wink: It's also handy for reading up on stuff you couldn't get your head round first time. If only my science teachers at school had been this enthusiastic I might not be the science illiterate that I am today. I'm fascinated by quantum physics especially - but trying to understand it does fry my brain cells!

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I have enjoyed watching the series, and for the most part :wink: have understood what he is talking about. I studing Chemistry at school, didn't like physics and I broke too many glass containers when working out density. :oops:

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i've missed the last couple of episodes so gonna have to catch up if they are on iplayer.

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I keep trying to watch this but i keep falling asleep to his bedtime story voice.

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