Re: Another Gravity Probe flare

From: Mike_ (mike_@inwind.it)
Date: Mon Apr 26 2004 - 11:57:40 EDT

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    On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 07:29:17AM -0700, Kevin Fetter said...:
    > After fiquring out he is at 
    > Lon: 8? 31' 46'' West, since you forgot to meantion that part:)
    
    Nope :)
    I think that would mean somewhere over spain, in the sea :)
    That's 8 deg East.
    And of course 45 north. NW Italy.
    Again, I must apologize :D
    
    > Meteor 1-31 r    2.8  2.6  0.0  5.1 v   12
    > 1 12586U 81065B   04115.69928703  .00001325  00000-0  11234-3 0  4458
    > 2 12586  97.7364 171.4387 0016782  51.1354 309.1379 14.99578311235183
     
    Anyway, this one makes me think you wrote West thinking East, cause it
    sounds right...
    According to the projected magnitude (with Orbitron) looks like I took
    the Meteor Rocket for the Gravity Probe.
    Anyway, the flare I mentioned should have been from the Probe!
    Thanks!
    
    Clear Skies!
    
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