Re: strange plane

From: Björn Gimle via Seesat-l <>
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2016 13:02:18 +0100
A satellite is not very likely to maintain nearly constant magnitude of the
flashes over a wide track !
The only way I can think of is that it is rotating on an axis perpendicular
to the plane through your location and the apparent track.

Björn Gimle, COSPAR 5919
59.2617 N, 18.6169 E, 51 m
Satellite observation formats described:

2016-02-12 12:16 GMT+01:00 José Luis Ruiz <>:

> I leave 3 photos of what usually usually wear aircraft wings, blinking.
> However, in this case, it appears that the object took him before and
> behind. The unique thing about this case is that these lights on airplanes
> usually do not shine too much, here reached a magnitude between -3 and -4.
> When I took photographs I did not realize I had it in wide angle, so you do
> not see many details, plus quite covered the sky did not help. However,
> note that although the flicker lasted only a few tenths of seguno, it was
> enough to stand out from almost any star. From below, in the dark, until
> something dazzling. After its passage, I could see with the naked eye as
> typical left a trail of smoke from the aircraft, only thicker.
> But in the end I have not noticed much, it seems to be run by an azimuth
> between 220 ° and 240 ° to 20 ° to 40 °.
> As I finished tired of naming stars in the clouds, I will leave a few days
> in original size in case anyone is interested. Then you may remove the
> links or replaced by other much smaller photographs.
> That was watching from one of the lighthouses on the coast, hence the
> coordinates are different from the usual.
> 36.81986º -2.44401º, 3m, Almería (Spain)
> --
> José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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