Re: ISS: thermal cover observed?

From: Dave Waterman (staradmike@hotmail.com)
Date: Tue Jun 12 2007 - 05:32:38 EDT

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    I can confirm Patrick Schmeer's observation that about
    2227 UT Jun 11 there was an object (below = 9806700)
    preceding the ISS (9806701).
    
    YATELEY(WATERMAN)ENGLAND
    IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDddd  Ddd E             
    MMmMMmSSSssA
    9806700211507061122270692  020  13170943  +3611   005 5
    9806701211507061122270844  020  13170978  +3615   005 5
    9806700211507061122273731  020  13185262  +2159   004 5
    9806701211507061122273973  020  13185276  +2166   004 5
    
    U.K. Format: http://www.satobs.org/position/UKformat.html
    
    No likely object listed in Spacetrack 9h UT Jun 12th.
    
    Mike Waterman   mike.waterman@web-hq.com
    Site Yateley = COSPAR 2115 =  51.3286N  0.7950W  75m (reference OSGB36).
    
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