Thanks!

Patrick Wiggins (Patrick.Wiggins@m.k12.ut.us)
Thu, 12 Dec 1996 17:50:09 -0700 (MST)

Greetings!
	A few days back I posted a request for information on satellites 
visible from mildly light polluted skies with the naked eye.
	What a response!  My apologies to all who responded for my not getting 
out individual "thank you" message but there were so many I fear I'd be here 
all day trying to get them out.  :-)
	As might be expected from so many replies there were many 
duplications.  So, I ended up putting all replies in a spread sheet and 
then deleted the duplicates.
	For those out there who might also like to have a copy of the 
results, here it is:

04071	Cosmos 292 r
04786	Cosmos 382
06212	Radcat	
10967	Seasat	
12054	Cosmos 1220	
13153	Cosmos 1356		
14521	Cosmos 1510
15334	Cosmos 1603
15354	ERBS
15772	Cosmos 1656 r	
16182	Cosmos 1697 r	
16495	Cosmos 1726	
16609	Mir
16682	Cosmos 1741 r
16910	EGP r
17590	Cosmos 1833 r
17974	Cosmos 1844 r
18422	Cosmos 1892 r	
19119	Cosmos 1943	
19120	Cosmos 1943 r
19649	Cosmos 1980
19650	Cosmos 1980 r
19671	Lacrosse 1
20322	COBE
20580	HST
20625	Cosmos 2082 r
20682	NOSS 2-1
21147	Lacrosse 2
21148	Lacrosse 2 r
21397	Okean 3
21701	UARS	
21799	NOSS-2-2
22220	Cosmos 2219 r
22236	Cosmos 2221
22251	USA 86	
22285	Cosmos 2227
22566	Cosmos 2237 r
22803	Cosmos 2263 r
23088	Cosmos 2278 r
23343	Resurs 1-3 r	
23405	Cosmos 2297 r
23596	Cosmos 2313
23705	Cosmos 2322 r
23728	USA 116	
23748	Cosmos 2326
23907	NOSS 2-3 r	
23937	TiPS
24298	Cosmos 2333 r

	BTW, just in case anyone finds anything on this list that they 
think maybe would *not* be visible to the naked eye (other that the NOSS 
groups and TiPS) please let me know.

	Thanks again to all!

Clear skies!

Patrick  :-)

Patrick Wiggins, Hansen Planetarium, SLC, UT, USA
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