4641 84 012A

From: Alberto Rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Mon Aug 02 2010 - 14:20:03 UTC

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    Yesterday night I wanted to catch 84 012A  (NOSS 6(A) #14690)
    57 days old. I was waiting for this sat estimated steady and late of
    about half a minute, when my attention was captured  by a flashing
    object having the expected trajectory.
    Here are two rough points and the flashing behaviour:
    
    14690 84 012A   4641 F 20100801202315920 17 24 2115300+344300 68
    14690 84 012A   4641 F 20100801202326640 17 24 2141000+374500 68
    
    The supposed 84 012A was flashing   F'f'  6(6.5)->i with a period of  1.99 
    secs.
    (or 7.96 seconds for a behaviour  f 'f ...f 'f  8(8)->i   just 10 over the 
    horizon).
    I followed the object for 3 minutes. As far as I know,  84 012A is not 
    considered
    a flashing sat.
    
    Alberto Rango, Bari,  4641  41.1067N  016.9008E  35 mt.
    
    
    
    
    
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