Orion 3

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Wed May 22 2002 - 05:24:57 EDT

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    The Orion 3 (25727) pass from last night -- several of the 
    flashes were at least +0.  The range was about 2900 km, so
    these weren't monster flashes.  Mostly both the primary and 
    secondary maxima were visible (i.e., every 9.15 seconds).
    99- 24 A 02-05-22 03:14:57   EC  109.5 0.3   6 18.3   +0->inv
    For those who like very fast flashers, don't miss the Feng 
    Yun 1D Rk (02-024C, 27432).  To me it seemed like it was 
    flash-flash-flash-miss every 1.1 second.  It's so fast that
    I have a hard time even counting the flashes.
    The Meteor 3M-1 Rk (01-056F, 27006) flashes right at once
    per second and is bright -- it's a nice one.
    Observing site was BCRC: 30.315N, 97.866W, 280m.
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
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