Re: Strange sight last night

From: Antonin Vitek (avitek@lib.cas.cz)
Date: Mon Jun 12 2000 - 20:46:29 PDT

  • Next message: chester.geoff@usno.navy.mil: "RE: Strange sight last night"

    chester.geoff@usno.navy.mil wrote:
    > ... the concensus was that Cosmos 382
    > (04786 70103A) was in the right place at the right time.  ...  Does anyone know what kind
    > of satellite it is?  It seems to be in a fairly high orbit...
    > 
    It was prototype of the ascent stage of Soviet manned lunar landing
    spacecraft L-1 aka T2K, production No. 2K.
    
    Mgr. Antonin Vitek, CSc.
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