ETS-7 Flashing like its brother ETS-6!

From: RocketKevin@netscape.net
Date: Wed May 31 2000 - 18:06:13 PDT

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    Every single pass of ETS-7 here in socal was a spectacular morning sight.
    Magnitude was supposed to be around 5.9 but that changed as I saw it flashing or flaring if you will to -10 or brighter!I know its not of the Iridium Constellation,because the orbit is not polar.If this object is scheduled to pass along your region then I would advise you to take a look at this.It flared twice.1 was of a -10 and 10 seconds later it flared again at -4.After that i saw nothing.
    Happy Skies,
    Kevin Martin
    
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