Visibility III / V
I knew how to wait for the rocket launch, so I headed to the balcony around 11 pm to see if I could see it. The sky was clear and the background sky was also nicely dark. I barely had time to open the balcony glass when I noticed a comet-like object traveling in a northeast-northwest direction (classic ysäri model) emerging from behind the trees, which I immediately recognized as the object I came to visit. I had just come from light to dark, so my twilight vision wasn't great, but I could still see my back in the sky, albeit low. I managed to take a photo as proof with my mobile phone and followed the journey of Soyuz 2 in the sky until it landed behind the trees and the ridge of the roof of the opposite house.
I waved goodbye to Venus and the moon, still shining in the sky, and contentedly went to sleep.
#raketti: Soyuz 2.1y
#satelliitti: Kosmos 2568
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Täsmäbongausta parhaimmillaan :)
Juu! Eipä montaa minuuttia parvekkeella tarttenut kuikuilla. Ilahduttava havainto ja sitten vaan lämpimään sänkyyn. Tehokasta!