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ISS To Become Second Brightest-Object In the Sky 243

Posted by ScuttleMonkey
from the bright-future-of-the-iss dept.
Matt_dk writes "Move over, Morning Star. Once Canadarm2 helps install the fourth and final set of solar array wings to the International Space Station later this month, the Station will surpass Venus as the brightest object in the night sky, second only to the Moon. The Space Shuttle Discovery is set to deliver the power-generating solar panels and Starboard 6 (S6) truss segment to the ISS on the 125th mission in the Shuttle program, known as STS-119/15A (slated for launch on March 11)."
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ISS To Become Second Brightest-Object In the Sky

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