Re: Four Flares in 21 Seconds, 6/25

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Mon, 28 Jun 1999 12:32:02 +0200

I was more lucky, in a different way: I spent two days with my wife
and six friends at 56.9 N,16.4E. The first night was cloudy, but
then I was able to show Iridium flares at -5,-6,-6,-8 and -4 in
85 minutes on June 25 to those who never saw one before!
This location was also blessed with a long series of flares at -6,
-8,-2,-8,-4,-8,-8,-5,-3,-5,-3 at a "single" position (az250,el50)
in seven days (where our final -8/-4 were in that series)

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