Re: Decay alert for US tonight (Jan 7)

From: Tom Wagner (sciteach@mchsi.com)
Date: Mon Jan 08 2007 - 01:23:43 EST

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    From: Bryan Tobias=20
    To: Tom Wagner=20
    Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2007 11:49 PM
    Subject: Re: Decay alert for US tonight (Jan 7)
    
    >Nothing from San Antonio, Texas
    
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    Very clear but a big negatory here too. In my imagination I saw a show just 
    like what was on TV recently. :~)  With my unaided eyes and through my night 
    vision scope, which is very sensitive to near infrared, I saw zip. I could 
    easily see stars to within 5 degrees of the horizon with it.
    
    I had my laptop set on the car seat showing where it supposedly was in real 
    time. I have never seen a satellite cross the screen as fast as that one 
    did!
    
    This was the first time this winter that I took the opportunity to feel a 
    lot of pain do to cold weather. My ears nearly snapped off. The wind was 
    blowing pretty fast.
    
    Thanks Dan for giving us a chance for a replay of the great decay that so 
    many saw the other day.
    
    Tom, now warm, satisfied with giving it a try and back to writing a paper.
    
    
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