Re: Soyuz r/b decay over Europe?

From: rkresken@t-online.de
Date: Sat Dec 24 2011 - 17:51:27 UTC

  • Next message: Marco Langbroek: "Re: Soyuz r/b decay over Europe?"

    Dear all,
    
    I observed the reentry through a gap in nthe clouds at 16:26 UTC from Heidelberg, Germany, out of a driving car. Spectacular is just not the right word. Hundreds of glowing fragments, smoke trail, once in a lifetime show, christmas special.
    
    Rainer
    
    
    
    
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    Von: Marco Langbroek <marco.langbroek@wanadoo.nl>
    An: "satelliet lijst (SeeSat)" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
    Betreff: Soyuz r/b decay over Europe?
    Datum: Sat, 24 Dec 2011 18:11:32 +0100
    
    Multiple reports from the east of the Netherlands of a very slow bright 
    fragmenting object low in the west-southwest near 16:26 UTC.
    
    The Soyuz r/b from the recent launch to ISS is a candidate.
    
    Alas, it was clouded out here in the west of the Netherlands....
    
    - Marco
    
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