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November 22, 2009|By Frank Roylance | Sun Reporter // Weather Blogger

The next good pass by the International Space Station over Baltimore will be Wednesday evening. Station and crew are hosting the shuttle Atlantis and its crew of seven. But the viewing weather looks poor. If things improve I'll post the times on MarylandWeather.com. Atmospheric "drag" has pulled the ISS 11 miles lower since January. It's now flying 211 miles above the Earth. A reboost is due.


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