RE: the coming demise of Suitsat

From: Brad Young (brad.young@domain-engineering.com)
Date: Tue Aug 15 2006 - 10:52:52 EDT

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    Ed Cannon wrote:
    
    >I also noticed a poor pass of Cosmos 2106 Rk (90-104B, 20967) 
    >with an orbital height of only 183 miles (293 km).  So it's 
    >another one that will be making low and fast passes in the 
    >next few weeks as its orbit decays.
    
    I had hoped to see an even better pass last night but was rained out (a
    beautiful thing right now). Sunday night (8/14/06 UT) I was startled by this
    r/b low in the NE, mag +3 and very fast.
    
    >NOSS 2-3 object tumbling?
    
    I presume this is the "D" object, also seen Sunday night, flatly bright
    object (+3) into Keystone of Hercules and then quickly faded to +5. Didn't
    see either of the two followers, but I haven't for some time with 10 x 50's
    unless I really concentrate on them.
    
    
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