ETS-6

From: Michel (Michel.Jacquesson@wanadoo.fr)
Date: Fri Jan 14 2000 - 13:41:09 PST

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    Hello everyone!
    
    	A small window of clear sky in a bad period. I spotted ETS-6 despite of the
    close moon : first, I saw nothing and I was about to give up then suddenly a
    flash! There were TWO flashes, but at the beginning, I measured only the
    brightest one. Then I realized, it would be more useful to measure two of
    them. After a while, one of the two flashes disappeared and at the end, the
    flash faded and turned to a common flare.
    
    	Here are the times of all flashes :
    
    17:38:20
    17:38:31
    17:38:43
    17:38:54
    17:39:05
    17:39:16
    17:39:28
    17:39:31
    17:39:39
    17:39:42
    17:39:50
    17:39:53
    17:40:02
    17:40:04
    17:40:13
    17:40:16
    17:40:24
    17:40:27
    17:40:35
    17:40:38
    17:40:47
    17:40:50
    17:41:01
    17:41:12
    17:41:24
    17:41:35
    17:41:46
    17:41:57
    17:42:09
    17:42:20
    17:42:31
    17:42:43
    17:42:54
    17:43:05
    17:43:17
    17:43:28
    17:43:39
    17:43:50
    17:44:02
    17:44:13
    17:44:24
    17:44:47
    17:44:58
    17:45:09
    17:45:32
    17:45:43
    17:45:55
    
    Michel JACQUESSON
    Sévigny-Waleppe
    FRANCE
    4°05' E  49°36' N
    
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