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Sunrise From Space

From the blog post:

Editor's Note: On Saturday, August 27, 2011, Ron will point his camera out one of the six trapezoidal side windows of the Space Station Cupola to film one of the sixteen sunrises he sees each day. Which sunrise and which window is up to YOU.… See the full post.

Hey Mr. Garen! I would love to share a picture of NorthEast Florida during a "Skies over Jacksonville" show here in our planetarium theater :) http://moshplanetarium.org/shows-times/show?nid=100

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i wanna share also,,about the sun rise,,for how the suns created,,is there's any creation for that,,or someone created,,i wanna tell you something,,just an idea,,do you know that you can not light the sun,,cus it's a sun,,or it's a fire,,meaning to say or let just give some conclution that there's a tottal speed of velocity of solid particles,,that drop with the constant speed of velocity untill it get over impact by the speed of velocity,,for a creation of the sun and universe we have right now,,it's just an idea,,if you dont mine,,

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Gents dose anyone knows where is the best place to watch YU55 south or northern HM ? Which country? Cheers , Sam

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Sam, See if this article helps. http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news171.html

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You can find Space Station in the sky via this website: http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/realdata/sightings/

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Best sunrise I've ever seen was from an airplane over the Grand Canyon, flying between COS and LAX. I don't think I'll ever see a more breathtaking one.

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Brilliant (appropriate for sunrise) idea!!! I'm hoping enough East Coasters in the US will retweet your tweet so I can be watching the same sunrise you'll be filming. Go Eastern Daylight Time!!!

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YAY CANT WAIT!!!

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so what are we supposed to tweet about?? so you could pick the time zone...

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Just wanted to send you a quick Hello from a fellow SUNY Oneonta graduate (class of '84). Just read about you and your website in the summer edition of the Reflections sent out by the college. So my vote for the sunrise will be the one happening right over Central New York.

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