Re: Lunar transit movie

From: Jonathan T Wojack (tlj18@juno.com)
Date: Tue Jan 30 2001 - 12:50:09 PST

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    > Dear Seesaters,
    > Just as a remark:
    > A friend of mine is a VERY experienced sun observer and he claims
    > that he saw satellites crossing the solar disk on several occasions.
    > He ruled out planes etc. because he said he could clearly 
    > distinguish
    > the satellite body and the solar arrays.
    > Unfortunately, he didn't log the observation time adequately so it
    > wasn't possible to identify the sats (if he observed sats).
    
    Maybe the next time he thinks he sees a satellite, he could note his
    location and the exact time, and tell you?
    
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