Fw: European Space launch May 13?

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Tue May 16 2000 - 19:18:42 PDT

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    Jonathan T. Wojack                                                
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    From: Larry Klaes <lklaes@bbn.com>
    To: ASTRO-L@uwwvax.uww.edu
    Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 16:50:04 -0400
    Subject: European Space launch May 13?
    Message-ID: <3.0.3.32.20000516165004.0104dfe0@pobox3.bbn.com>
    
    >Date: Tue, 16 May 2000 11:57:07 -0400
    >Reply-To: fpspace@friends-partners.org
    >Originator: fpspace@friends-partners.org
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    >From: JamesOberg@aol.com
    >To: Multiple recipients of list FPSPACE <fpspace@friends-partners.org>
    >Subject: European Space launch May 13?
    >X-Comment:  Friends and Partners in Space
    >
    >
    >JimO asks -- can any of our European associates help this request??
    Sadly,
    he 
    >did not provide an azimuth of the sighting near Brighton, England.
    >
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    >
    > <<Subj:     European Space launches?
    > Date:  5/15/00 5:53:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time
    > From:  bluechimera@csma-netlink.co.uk (Steve Donoghue)
    > 
    > Hello,
    >   
    > I'm not sure this is the right place to ask or if you are the right
    person, 
    >but a group of my friends and I are keen to find out if there was a
    European 
    >space launch scheduled for May 13th that took place somewhere in the
    region 
    >of 2100 and 2300 BST. We observed a bright orange object, (conceivable
    and 
    >most likely the afterburner of a rocket) climb at an oblique angle and 
    >definitely leave the atmosphere at about this time. Some of our
    neighbours 
    >witnessed this. We are based in Brighton, England. Any help you can
    provide 
    >or gestures in the right direction would be appreciated.  Steve  >>
    >
    
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