Re: 2UNIDs - May 14/15, 2007

From: Kevin Fetter (
Date: Mon May 14 2007 - 23:19:28 EDT

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    --- Greg Williams <> wrote:
    > At first I thought my system clock or some other seting was incorrect, 
    > because this was too "bright" to not be on the list.  I observed Cosmos 
    > 1346 Rocket coming right on time, from N -> S when suddenly another 
    > satellite came in the field of view almost directly overhead!  A bright 
    > satellite, and a FAST one.  This one may be pretty low.  It was moving S 
    > -> N.
    M-5 R/B ( 29480 ) It's orbit perigee is under 300 km, and passed at the time you observed Cosmos
    1346 Rocket.
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