Re: Very bright, very slow

From: Björn Gimle @GlocalNet (@GlocalNet)
Date: Fri Mar 14 2008 - 18:47:58 UTC

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    I would certainly like to see images/times (and your location!).
    If you can also identify stars or approximate coordinates in the images, it 
    would help.
    There are several tumbling (some slow) objects in high orbits, mostly 
    And "allsats" are still available from
    excepting the amateur TLEs from
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Bev M Ewen-Smith" <>
    > Are there many sats that can be so bright and so high up?
    > I checked a few TLEs that I could find but nothing matched.  The happy 
    > days of 'allsats.tle' seem to have gone so my search was far from 
    > exhaustive.  I was, of course, hoping for an undetected small NEO!
    > If anyone is interested I can supply the images and times.
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