Well first off I need to show what photoshoping (although I did it in paint) I did on the last picture from last weeks post.
MWAH HA HA HA NOW THERE ARE TWO OF ME.
In Other News, If you are in the New Jersey Area you are offered a great opportunity this evening. Between 7:37 - 7:46 pm the International Space Station will be orbiting almost directly overhead at about 85 degrees (I don't know from which direction). Additionally this is going to be a very bright one with the additional bonus of possibly seeing the Space Shuttle Chasing it. Of course after this mission the space station will be at full power and because of the new solar arrays it will be the second brightest object in the night sky (after the moon). If you want more info on how to see the ISS both this time and in the future you can watch this presentation from my friend Paul titled How To View The International Space Station. This will of course also let you know if you can see it where you are and of course how to see it at another time.