RE: TJM obs of 2007 May 14 UTC

From: David Anderman (
Date: Mon May 14 2007 - 11:09:55 EDT

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    I have checked the Orbital Express documentation, and at this stage 
    of the program (7 days from first separation), OrbEx should 
    be  performing maneuvers out to 100 meters or so, followed by 
    immediate close and re-capture.
    At 06:45 AM 5/14/2007, Brad Young wrote:
    >At 09:59 PM 5/13/2007, Ted Molczan wrote:
    > >I saw 07006A on two consecutive passes. 07006C / 30774 was visible
    > >on the first pass, but too faint on the second pass.
    >I can confirm what Ted saw (last night), details later with timings.
    >Separation was about moon width (0.5 deg) and I saw leading object as 7 mag,
    >lag object as 5th mag and orangish-yellow.
    >Brad Young
    >TULSA 1
    >COSPAR 8336
    >36.1397N, 95.9838W, 205m ASL
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