Re: Spectacular Double-Geosat Flare...Again!

From: Stephan Szyman (szymanss@hotmail.com)
Date: Mon Feb 27 2006 - 04:33:47 EST

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    it would be cool if chris peat could set up on HA  Rock and Roll (xm1 & xm2 
    respectively) as he has with iridium, that is, predictions for flares and 
    diagrams which show the ground track of the flare...
    
    would this be prohibitively complicated?
    
    
    http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/ne/p/2005/satrockxm-1500x638.jpg
    
    clear skies!
    
    stephan szyman
    chicago IL USA
    41.6840N, 87.7000W; 188 msl
    
    
    >Thanks Mike for the info. I'll try to get better
    >position infomation tonite but clouds are moving in as
    >you may be aware. Question: What do you believe the
    >geographic extent of the visibility of this event? And
    >which way does it move night after night - north or
    >south?
    >
    >- Jeff
    
    
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