Astronomy, Observing, Satellites, Skywatching, Space Station
11 Jul , 2013 by David Dickinson
It’s a question we get all the time. Watch the sky closely in the dawn or dusk hours, and you’ll likely see a moving “star” or two sliding by. These are satellites, or “artificial moons” placed in low Earth orbit. These shine via reflected sunlight as they pass hundreds of kilometres overhead. Many folks are […]
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