Re: Fast Mover
Mon, 2 Mar 1998 00:26:24 -0700 (MST)

Hi Tyler

I checked out Cosmos 2348 and it's path took it north of my location and had
passed 4 minutes earlier using the same Molczan file. The one i saw was to
the south east exactly at 19:09 local time. So i'd have to rule Cosmos 2348
out. My last post was hurried as i was inbetween passes so now i can be more
specific about it's path. Judging by it's track i'd say it's inclination was
in the 60 to 70 degree range. Once i saw it, it was visible for 10 to 15
seconds and it disappeared about 30 degrees above the horizon. I got a
listing of visible passes from the GSOC site and it wasn't one of the ones
listed and i tried checking a few of my own but no luck.  

Thanks for the effort though. Perhaps i'll see it again another night?