FW: Unidentified flash over New Mexico Feb 22, 2012

From: Jesus Leonardo Pacheco Fajardo (electron_1114@hotmail.com)
Date: Thu Feb 23 2012 - 21:04:43 UTC

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    At 07:13 AM 23/02/2012, Thomas Ashcraft wrote:
    
    >Thank you Carlos and Björn for looking.>>Regarding "geostationary" : I'm not sure but I think the object moves>discernibly from NNE to SSW over the course of 8 seconds. Would a>geostationary sat move noticeably?>>Thomas
    
    I suppose if the satellite was moving slowly, but it could come to perceive, may be these 3 bodies:
    SL-12 R/B #16968 this was at a height of 19150 km at the time of flash.
    SL-12 R/B #23401 this was at a height of 19137 km at the time of flash.SL-12 R/B #26992 this was at a height of 19143 km at the time of flash. 		 	   		   		 	   		  
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