International space Station crosses the sun!

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    DON'T TRY TO VIEW IT WITH THE NAKED EYE!

    Also you'll need a oat and a very calm sea as the site to view this event in out in the Bristol Channel.

    ISS Double Solar Transit
    ISS crosses the disk of Sun twice seen from the same geographical position at →Map WGS84: lon=-4.290027° lat=52.435685°
    First crossing occurs at 6h54m04s, the second transit 2 orbit(s) later.
    ISS Crosses the disk of Sun. Separation=0.002°.  Transit duration=2.92s
    Angular diameter=21.3″  size=109.0m x 73.0m x 27.5m
    Satellite at Azimuth= 90.4° E    Altitude= 13.7°  Distance=1298.3 km
    In a clock-face concept, the satellite will seem to move toward  7:36
    Angular Velocity=10.9'/s

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