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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Hey, I did too. It was really neat; I was worried that it wouldn't be visible at all since it was a little cloudy. Around when it was supposed to appear, I was trying to convince myself I was only staring at a star, just above the trees in the South-West where the ISS was supposed to appear. When-- OH, Of COURSE. That's much better... It was quite a bit brighter than I expected (since it was only 1.3 magnitude).

    I saw it for about 7 1/2 minutes; at maximum altitude (only 389km away), it seemed as brig

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    -DA [coder.com]

  • Quote of the article:
    "I followed the ISS with my 10-inch at home one night."
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    xoa

  • What did I do? I go back from OSCON to discover that a kitchen cabinet had fallen off the wall, showering the entire kitchen with shattered glasswear. It was like something out of a David Letterman stunt (where they toss stuff off buildings to watch it splat).

    Yeah, my life sucks. Does yours?