Thursday, March 4, 2010

Ever wonder who's satellite you're staring at? When dusk comes and but one "star" appears in the sky, the sparkling dot is more likely a satellite than interstellar gas. Michael Paukner's graphic (poster?) found on 2Modern shows what's out in space, letting you know whose watching overhead. In addition, I found about the International Space Station's tracking website in my Astrobiology course on Tuesday. If you have trouble identifying one twinkling dot from the next, check out the ISS Tracking Website to locate the largest artificial satellite orbiting the Earth

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