Re: Gravity Probe B

From: Gambaro (gambaro@sympatico.ca)
Date: Sat Apr 24 2004 - 22:42:38 EDT

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    Hello all, sorry about the empty reply earlier...
    
    First observation for me too of GP-B tonight at 22:20 EDT (2:20 april 25 
    UTC) from my location at 45.83N, 73.91W with my 10X50 binoculars. I'd 
    say magnitude was around +5. Also noticed the orange color and there was 
    also a bright flare just as it went north of the Moon. As it flared, I 
    looked without the binoculars and it was really very bright, I'd say 
    around 0 and maybe even -1.
    
    Pat Gambaro
    Laurentides, Quebec
    
    
    
    J. Thomas Jeffrey wrote:
    
    > Hello:
    >
    > I saw Gravity Probe B (28230) fly over tonight for the first time. It 
    > appears to be orangish in color. About 3-4 degrees north of Beta Leo 
    > there was a bright flare.
    
    
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