From: gprichard via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2014 23:42:26 +1000
Greetings all,
  After a 12 month gap due to computer problems (and lousy sky
conditions) I have resumed observing.

UTC +10, 151.77E, 32.92S, 0m.

ShiJian 6-3B 2008-053B
ADEOS 2, 2002-056A
rUFO F11, 2003-057B
ShiJian 6H, 2010-051B
rFalcon 9, 2010-066K
rTDRS 10, 2002-055B
rCosmos 2154, 1991-59B

When I observed ShiJian 6-3B at x1 it appeared to be one object but
using 10x50 binoculars revealed two very  objects. Could this object
have two separate reflecting surfaces or might it have broken apart?

The Falcon 9 rocket body, after passing north of Orion's belt rose in
brightness to surpass Jupiter and rival ISS.


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