Re: Re: Re: Lacrosse 2 may have been de-orbited

From: alain.figer@club-internet.fr
Date: Sat Apr 02 2011 - 16:49:18 UTC

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    Thierry, I photographed also Lacrosse 4 on 28 Mar 2011 at 20h44-45 UT , see images 7800 and 7801 on my Flickr's page :
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/25296169@N07/
    On the first one Lacrosse 4 passes close to Capella (10-sec exposure at ISO 3200) and on the second one Lacrosse 4 passes under Castor and Pollux (20-sec exposure at ISO 1600).
     
    Alain Figer
    near Paris, at:  Lon: 2°.128 E Lat: 48°.673 N  ; 170m a.s.l.
    
    
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    Message du : 02/04/2011
    De : "Thierry Legault " <legault@astrophoto.fr>
    A : "Seesat-L" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
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    sorry, I made a mistake, I captured Lacrosse 4 at 21:45UT!
    I tried to capture Lacrosse 2, but saw nothing.
    
    regards
    
    
    
    Thierry Legault
    www.astrophoto.fr
    
    
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