Re: NOSS 2-2 triplet

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 28 2009 - 00:37:15 UTC

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    I'll noticed an almost equal distance between 91-76E and 91- 76C
    compared to teh distance between 91-96C and 91-76D. The first
    mentioned had mag. +5.5 on April, 23rd, while the other two were
    slightly fainter, estimated mag +6.0
    
    What will happen with the 96-29-triplet?
    Last Friday I saw a brightly flaring satellite in the northwest.
    Identification resulted in 96-29D which flared to mag -1.0 and again
    39 seconds later.
    
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E (WGS84), 35 m
    
    Bram Dorreman
    
    
    2009/4/27 David Brierley <davidbrierley@waitrose.com>:
    > Just to let observers know that 91-76C and D have caught up E, and in the
    > early hours of April 26 UT it looked as if they had reformed a triplet -
    > they were flying in formation and all the same brightness.
    >
    > Best wishes to all
    > David.
    >
    > David M Brierley
    > Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    > Station 2675 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    > davidbrierley@waitrose.com
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