Starshine 3

Date: Thu Dec 12 2002 - 08:41:13 EST

  • Next message: Ed Cannon: "Re: Starshine 3"

    I have had a look for starshine 3 for the last 2 nights as it has made
    reasonable passes over my location. I didn't see anything, which is about
    the same as usual when I look for it.
    Heavens above always has quite a high magnitude for the satellite, which I
    presumed was the mag. when it wasn't reflecting back to an observer. Am I
    mistaken, is mag. ~7 as bright a flash as it will produce?
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