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From: Barhorst L.J.C. (L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl)
Date: Thu Feb 03 2000 - 23:09:48 PST

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    In one of the animations shown at the site mentioned below, there is a frame
    
    with a possible satellite track or is it a comet? It shows only on one
    frame.
    The shots were made 2000 Jan 31 between 9 and 12. If it is a comet I think
    it should have been on more frames, as you can see the sun move slowly 
    through the starfield
    
    >Space Science News for February 3, 2000
    
    >Solar Smoke Rings: The Sun put on a dynamic show this week with a series 
    >of swirling coronal mass ejections that expelled billions of tons of hot
    >gas into interplanetary space.  FULL STORY at
    
     >          http://spacescience.com/headlines/y2000/ast03feb_1.htm
    
    
    Greetings
    Leo Barhorst
    
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