Re: SL-16 R/B 99014B flashes? March 03 '06

From: ykchia (chiayk1@singnet.com.sg)
Date: Sat Mar 04 2006 - 04:08:51 EST

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    Hi Robert:
    
     Many thanks for the rich resources.
    
     I  just ran Greg's SeeCoSat for a sanity check( at first doubed why so 
    bright)  and found out the pass seen on March 03 was very close  ~ 641 Kms.
    
     The still peakhold  image (too bad no avi was created)   is  in
      http://nightevents.blogspot.com/2006/03/x1-single-flash-in-lepus.html
     which showed  the mid frame x1 flash.
    
    /Sched for 99014B   on 20060303  ,Cat.no= 25662 ,Common name *Sea Lan 
    Dem Rk*   0.0
    T= 642  mins, eccen=0.718,i = 0 deg, Age=  5.4 days,Orbit= 572 x 35992 Kms
    HH:MM:SS   DT  AZIMTH ELEVN  RNGE  R.A    DEC    LONGW    LAT   HGHT 
    PHASE  MAG
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
    
    20:50: 0V  0.1 205.46 66.18   *641 * 547.3 -19:58  257.12  -0.50   593   
    81   2.1  86.8188 -19.9820    5 /
    
    rgds
    ykchia
    
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