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Offline Art Topic starter
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I just received this from a friend and thought it interesting enough to post here.

Keep looking up...

https://james.darpinian.com/satellites/

..........shows your view and where to look.  You may actually move your view to accommodate the length of its path....just set your cursor on the view and move it in any direction.  Also, the view Dennis is suggesting is what is seen from Portland.  If you are a distance away from Portland, you can easily find other times the ISS is visible by scrolling down the left side of your screen and look for a BRIGHT description or an X number that will give you a view of the Starlink satellite system......they are fascinating!}

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