Re: Dragon CRS-11 and Cygnus OA-7 observed.

From: Alain Figer via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2017 08:45:10 +0200
Hi Marco,

Through rather thick clouds on 4 JUN 2017 I observed 3 objects preceding
the ISS, at about 21h30, 21h31.5 and 21h35 whereas ISS itself passed at
21h38 UT.
The third one at 21h35 was very probably USA 276. One of the first two was
the rocket 2017-030-B.

I took photos of the 4 passes but I didn't reduce my observations yet.

Regards

Alain
48.67° N ; 2°13 E ; 170m a.s.l.


2017-06-05 0:49 GMT+02:00 Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
:

>
>
> Hi all,
>
> Obsreving in late twilight from Leiden, NL, I observed two objects chasing
> the ISS.
>
> One, the faintest, was some 25s behind ISS and I suspect this was Cygnus
> OA-7.
>
> A second object was about 1m 25s behind ISS and brighter, and I assume
> this was
> Dragon CRS-11.
>
> I have both objects on image (one image shows both ISS and object 1, later
> image
> shows object 2. Will post the images later to my blog).
>
> - Marco
>
>
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