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Not only can you see sleeping fish and the occasional elusive while night diving at Twin Lakes, you may also have the rare opportunity to see a IFO (identified flying object) as 4 of us (Dee, T.P.H., ChrisPete, and I) saw on Aug. 17th evening.
On that evening, as we were surface swimming back to the dock and being eaten alive by mosquitoes :zapper:, we noticed a bright constant light in the sky moving steadily from west to east. We knew this could not be an airplane, but perhaps this was an asteroid?
But after viewing the passing of the space shuttle (STS-112) and space station (ISS) across the sky last night, I am sure our sighting on Aug. 17th was the ISS!