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  Artificial Satellite Artificial Satellite: Astronomy: Artificial Planet - Visibility-SATELLITE SPOTTING

SATELLITE SPOTTING

For people living from low to middle latitudes, satellites will appear anywhere in the sky an hour or two after sunset or before sunrise, when objects at great altitude are still bathed in sunlight. Observers living at high latitudes can expect to see satellites for longer periods.

 
 
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  Artificial Satellite Artificial Satellite: Astronomy: Artificial Planet - UFO-UFOS DO EXIST

UFOS DO EXIST!

Do Unidentified Flying Objects exist? The answer is, yes—at least until they are identified.

 
 
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  Artificial Satellite Artificial Satellite: Astronomy: Artificial Planet - Prediction-LUCKY SIGHTINGS AND PREDICTIONS

LUCKY SIGHTINGS AND PREDICTIONS

Satellite observing can be enjoyed on many levels. Most skywatchers simply enjoy keeping an eye out for satellites while they are doing other kinds of observing. For this, all you need is a lucky glance in the right direction at the right time. Satellites can even be rather intrusive, leaving their trails on long-exposure astrophotographs, or startling deep-sky observers by racing through their field of view.

 
 
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  Artificial Satellite Artificial Satellite: Astronomy: Artificial Planet

ARTIFICIAL SATELLITES

When stargazing, you will occasionally notice a "star" moving steadily across the sky—one of the hundreds of artificial satellites orbiting our planet.

 
 
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