Piece of CZ-4 R/B observed, while looking for any flashes from NSS K

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sun Jun 10 2007 - 10:44:43 EDT

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    I was at work, so I let the mount track NSS K ( 21989 ), and recorded the video for playback,
    after I got home.
    While playing back the video, I observed a piece of a CZ-4 R/B, while keeping an eye out for
    flashing from the NSS K geo sat.
    Cat number of debris is 20888. It was around the 8th magnitude, easy to see.
    I didn't see any flashing from NSS K. Video recorded was from 2:30 to 8:30 UTC ( June 10 )
    Now to decide on what, geo sat to use the setup on tonight, while I am work. So handy this way, to
    capture video while I am at work, for later playback. Then I don't have to stare at the geo sat
    all night long, to see when it flashes brightly.
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