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From: Chdelpapa@aol.com
Date: Wed Aug 02 2000 - 20:37:46 PDT

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       Lat. 38.384943
       Long. -82.503646
        Last night  om 8/1/2000 I was looking at Vega and spotted sattelite 
    slowly moving North at 22:24 EDT. I had on no glasses but it was bright 
    enuogh for me to follow for a few minutes.
     I am new at this and previously have only had visual on Mir. Tonight  I 
    checked Nasa's J-Pass tracking site and at that time Cosmos 389 was indeed 
    passing here at tht time in that direction. Is this sat. normally that 
    visible? It was only clear skys overhead  otherwise cloudy.
     Chd ,Huntington,WV USA
    
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