ISS & Docked Endeavour Pass over Arizona Very cool. Looking NW it brightened on right on time, ~8:21 PM...a little startling when that happens even when you know it is going to happen...called out my wife and she looked and then she went in after our 13 yr. old grandson, Daniel...both came out as it was cruising at the zenith thru Hercules..."very bright with spikes all around it" he said...actually holding his attention as ISS & docked Endeavour passed to the SE...I saw it fade out about 30 degrees above the horizon...later when Jupiter was high in the south, I judged the brightness and spikes out of it as nearly the same as the view of the earlier ISS flyover from the backyard in a surprisingly clear, in the middle of the monsoon-night in Phoenix. Thanks for the Jupiter/Spot report from Wayne, I figured the spot on Jupiter would be faded-out by now. Thanks for the ISS flyover alert on Sunday, Jack! Rick R. SAC -----Original Message----- From: Jack Jones Sent: Sunday, July 26, 2009 8:58 PM Watch for the Shuttle and the ISS tomorrow night Monday 8:21 PM from the NW. It will be 87 degrees and very bright, traveling along the length of the Big Dipper and thru the center of Hercules. See http://www.heavens-above.com You can see it tonight, but it's only 20 deg high in the W. Jack -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.