Re: Re-entry over Belgium Jan 21 13h21m30s UT?

From: Chris Steyaert via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2022 23:10:01 +0100
Karl, no doubt it is Starlink-1204.

The entry location below is rather far to the 
east. There were several fragments and there can 
be 100 km difference between the first and the last.

It appeared in the upward beam of the VVS beacon 
at Ypres (50.8 2.9) and the BRAMS one at Dourbes (50.1 4.6)


         Thanks,

         Chris


At 22:13 22/01/2022, Karl Antier via Seesat-l wrote:
>Dear Chris, I guess it could be Starlink-1204, 
>which reentered today at position lat. = 51,2° 
>; lon. = 7,2° 
>http://www3.satview.org/spacejunk.php?versao=classica&sat_id=44268U 
>Hope this helps! Best regards, Karl Le 
>22/01/2022   15:14, Chris Steyaert via Seesat-l 
>a écrit : > Karl's recent post and the 
>subsequent discussion led me to Bob's > 
>zarya.info page. Interesting, should have used 
>it before. > > Here is the next challenge. 
>Several observers of the Belgian meteor > 
>beacons (49.99 and 49.97 MHz) observed a 
>'special' forward scatter > reflection. It is 
>not a meteor: the speed estimated by the slope 
>of > the head echoes (up to 6 fragments) is way 
>too low. > > Any information is welcome. > > >  
>   Thanks, > >     Chris  for the VVS 
>radio astronomy section > > > About the attached 
>'spectrogram': > - a regular fairy strong meteor 
>at 13h20m30s > - direct reception of the carrier 
>is faintly seen at 760 Hz at the > beginning > - 
>the 'S' shaped curve from 13h20m to 13h23m is a plane >


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