Re: ISS plus one, Superbird A, NOAA 14

From: Mike McCants (mmccants@io.com)
Date: Thu Aug 02 2007 - 10:44:52 EDT

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    Ed Cannon posted:
    
    >On the second pass (about 03:43 on August 2 UTC), something
    >about magnitude four to five was leading ISS by about 80
    >seconds.
    
    The ISS prediction (times are Aug. 2 UTC) for BCRC was:
    
     H  M  S   Al Azi   Mag  Hgt Shd  Rng  Phs
     3 42 57   15 302   1.3  218  23  655  137
     3 43 14   16 309   1.2  218  18  635  137
     3 43 31   16 316   1.1  218  13  623  137
    
    The unknown was Lacrosse 4 (2000-47A, #26473):
    
     H  M  S   Al Azi   Mag  Hgt Shd  Rng  Phs
     3 41 23   17 302   5.7  426 325 1062  136
     3 41 50   17 309   5.8  426 328 1067  137
     3 42 18   16 316   5.9  426 332 1084  137
    
    There were clouds in our north from this point on.
    
    Mike McCants
    
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