Re: Fireball Sighting

From: Virgil (VFenn1@excite.com)
Date: Tue Aug 22 2000 - 00:26:54 PDT

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    It might have been the decay of the 
    Gorizont 32 aux motor                            216 x 104 km 
    1 21538U 91046E   00235.31069582 1.28381882  58400+1  78223-3 0 93810 
    2 21538  46.5115 187.6786 0085564  41.5206 319.1263 16.42305293127811 
    
    The timing looks exactly one hour off, which might be a daylight savings 
    time confusion. 
    
    On Mon, 21 Aug 2000 23:12:31 -0700, Dave LeBlanc wrote: 
    
    >  I have been receiveing reports of a fireball sighting. 
    >   
    >  The fireball occured at 0551 UTC at a bearing of 240 degrees from 49.09n 
    >  125.55w. 
    >   
    >  Several mariners and the lightkeeper at Cape Beale BC reported the 
    sighting. 
    >   
    >  Did anyone in the group observe this? 
    >   
    >   
    >  Dave LeBlanc, Tofino BC, Canada 
    >  49.09n 125.55w 
    
    
    
    ..Virgil..->VFenn1@excite.com
    website www.virgilfenn.com
    39.0731N 108.6119W 1417m
    
    
    
    
    
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