Re: daylight lunar flash

From: Allen Thomson (thomsona@flash.net)
Date: Mon Aug 18 2003 - 08:17:16 EDT

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    > Symphonie2 Rk
    > 1 08133U 75077B   03229.11987087  .00006661  00000-0  24297-3 0  2425
    > 2 08133  25.3115 348.6807 0377085 342.7402  16.0615 14.78083003411450
    >
    > using the alldat & the parameters you posted
    > above sat was ~ 1.7 deg from the moon.
    > not sure if that was close enough ref your
    > message.  && I do not know if this sat flashes.
    > I'm not finding any sat closer than this one at
    > the time.
    
    Thanks -- 1.7 degrees is definitely too far away. The immediate impression
    was that the flash occured right on the cusp, so we're talking about very
    small fractions of a degree.
    
    
    
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