koronas 1

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Wed Nov 01 2000 - 06:54:48 PST

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    The other night I have a predicted pass of koronos 1( 23019 1994-014A ) I had never seen this sat
    before and it was predicted to be bright. It was a bright pass and easy to spot. It didn't do
    anything out of the ordinary, except for around 1 sec when passing through CASS it got brighter,
    like a mini flare. 
    At least I have a new sat to watch.
    Have other seen this sat, and seen it undergo a flare.
    They only other sat's I seen flare, where JERS 1, UARS, and the iridiums.
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