Re new subscriber with a question

From: FM (frmo@club-internet.fr)
Date: Fri Nov 16 2001 - 15:11:50 EST

  • Next message: Bjorn Gimle: "Re: Re new subscriber with a question"

    Hi Walker!
    
    Here are some complements about your observation.
    Sats never stop on their trajectories.
    According to your description of the sky, you had a little light
    pollution and not really clear weather.
    As a result you distinguished "only one other star in the sky at that
    time"...So you were not in ideal condition for seeing satellites because
    their magnitude are under those of main stars. You can be sure  the
    moving brightness point you saw were not satellites...
    Your problem is to get more indications about the kind of activities in
    your area: sounding or meteo balloons? Planes or UAVs? Aerial tests?Some
    esotericstuffs?
    Good hunting!
    François
    
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