re: bright flashes from unknown geosync

From: Ed Cannon (
Date: Wed Jun 20 2012 - 20:57:31 UTC

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    Based on a location of 48.41 N, 122.28 W, time of
    Jun 20 05:25:30 UTC, and position in the vicinity 
    of Tau Virginis, using Findsat I get Globalstar 
    M05 (99-43C, 25885) as a very good candidate.  It
    is a known flasher.  It's not a geosynch but is 
    in an orbit of at least 880 miles (didn't check
    the actual value) and was at a range of almost 
    1,700 miles (2,720 km) at the time of your 
    Ed Cannon - Austin, Texas, USA
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