Russian / ESA GEO monitoring reports

From: Allen Thomson (thomsona@flash.net)
Date: Sat Mar 01 2008 - 23:36:47 UTC

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    Quite serendipitously, I happened on what appears to be a fairly
    serious Russian / ESA effort to monitor GEO and other high-altitude
    objects. The reports resulting from this activity contain some
    information about the objects that might be of interest to other
    observers and analysts.
    
    Former SeeSat poster Vladimir Agapov of the Keldysh Institute in Moscow
    appears to be playing an important role.
    
    Description:
    
    www.unoosa.org/pdf/pres/stsc2007/tech-31.pdf
    www.cdi.org/pdfs/Jehn.pdf
    
    Reports:
    
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/circular/index.htm
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/circular/index2.htm
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/circular/index3.htm
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/circular/index4.htm
    
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/0000009/index.htm
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/0000011/index.htm
    lfvn.astronomer.ru/report/0000019/index.htm
    
    
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