Cosmos 1145 Rocket

From: Oscar A. Rodriguez -- D. Temas Espaciales (obaquero@arrakis.es)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2001 - 06:35:31 PDT

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    Hello everybody:
    
    At first, thanks, Rob, for your reply concerning the meteor sighting.
    
    Finally, I could make my first observation for 2001!. Weather is
    unpredictable here in Cadiz (Spain). You know, strong winds, rains, and
    clouds everywhere for almost all days :(
    Cosmos 1145 rocket was observed from my location (W6.2990  N36.5340
    Alt. 7m) at 21:25 CEST (19:25 GMT). It crossed the sky (going from South
    to North) between some clouds showing a magnitud near +4, and reaching a
    maximum altitude of ~85 degrees.
    
    I hope fine weather will come soon.
    
    Best regards,
    Oscar.-
    W6.2990  N36.5340  Alt. 7m (+2.00 GMT)
    
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