Re: Formations/groups

From: David Anderman (davida@cwo.com)
Date: Sun Jul 13 2003 - 19:25:22 EDT

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    There are about 52 Globalstar satellites at 52 degrees, and some 86 Iridium 
    satellites flying at 86 degrees, in formation.
    
    DWA
    
    
    At 05:09 PM 7/13/2003 -0500, Anthony J. Kroes wrote:
    >Hello,
    >
    >I am new to the list, but have been watching sats for quite a while.
    >Recently my interest has turned to watching 'formations' of sats (i.e. 2 or
    >more sats traveling together).  I am aware of, and have viewed, the NOSS
    >triplets on a number of occasions, and have also seen the Grace 1 & 2 sats.
    >Are there any other sats up there that travel together on a regular basis?
    >I am more interested in 'unclassified' sats than military ones, but any info
    >will help.
    >
    >Thanks in advance,
    >
    >Anthony J. Kroes
    >Cedar Drive Observatory
    >Pulaski, WI
    >
    >
    >
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