From: Jari (finn1@telus.net)
Date: Thu Apr 18 2002 - 02:17:58 EDT

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    As i was looking for the USA 160 pair with my 10x50s, a bright fast moving
    object heading almost due North caught my attention. The time was 04:37 18
    Apr UTC and it was easy to ID as Koronas 1 r #23020 94014B. Later on as i
    was just watching the night sky i spotted a flare about 15 deg to the right
    (N) of Capella at 05:45:13. Az 320deg El 40. So far i haven't found anything
    that matches although ARGOS Delta r  #25637 99008D comes close except for
    the time.
    Jupiter, the Moon, Saturn, Mars and Venus all in a row was a nice sight as
    well the Northern Lights.
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