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    Re: Venus in daylight
    From: Christopher Willmes
    Date: 2020 Apr 8, 15:35 -0700

    David - might it have been the International Space Station? To check, you could go to heavens-above.com, set your location, and then from the main page, click on "ISS" under the heading "10-day predictions for satellites of special interest." You may need to click on the "Passes to include all" radio button to see a table of passes. If there's a pass for today that brackets your time of observation, click on it and see if the track on the sky chart corresponds to what you observed. 

       
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