- Wed, 20 July at 548am, the Shuttle will zip across the Southeast sky. Look for it at 129 degrees azimuth and a relatively low, 33 degrees elevation. The shuttle and ISS will be moving from right to left.
- The best view this week will be Fri, 22 July at 529am. The Shuttle will be in the ESE sky almost directly overhead. Look for it at 108 deg azimuth, 84 deg elevation. Shuttle and ISS will be moving from right to left.
Sunday, July 17, 2011
As of midday Sunday, they are preparing to board the Oosterdam by 4pm PDT and will be underway soon!
Where in the World is Mrs D?