RE: ... but what was that OTHER one?

From: McConahy, Ralph (RMcConahy@jgld.gdscc.nasa.gov)
Date: Tue Apr 15 2003 - 13:18:58 EDT

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    P S Bharadhwaj [mailto:psbad1@sancharnet.in] wrote:
    
    Noticed a satellite passing through Canis Minor and heading for Leo this
    evening (loc. Ahmedabad, India 23.03N, 72.546E).  Almost immediately, I
    spotted a  second satellite on almost the same course and trailing the first
    one. Both were about the same magnitude.
    The second was moving faster, and overtook the first one just as they passed
    within a degree of Eta-Leo. 
    
    Praveen,
    
    The two you saw were:
    
    Symphonie 2 r    6.4  2.0  0.0  5.8 d   13
    1 08133U 75077B   03104.23103542  .00016125  00000-0  63034-3 0  1715
    2 08133  25.3127  78.4519 0388622  41.0501 321.8607 14.75156014392972
    
    The second, faster one was:
    
    Intlst 806Cn r   8.3  3.0  0.0  4.0 v   23
    1 25240U 98014B   03104.38167425  .02516697 -13017-4  17631-2 0  8520
    2 25240  22.4639  57.1731 0586874 213.2246 143.0011 14.97647099135794
    
      Ralph McConahy
      34.5489N  117.2205W  912m
    
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