Gorizont 14 and probably BS/Yuri 3A

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Sat Nov 23 2002 - 16:47:37 EST

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    Last night after Superbird A I saw Gorizont 14 (87-040A, 
    17969) and what seems pretty certain to have been BS/Yuri 
    3A (97-077A, 20771).  Gorizont 14's flash period was 
    about 97.5 seconds; my 10 cycles occurred at about 3:55
    to 4:10 UTC.  BS/Yuri 3A's half-period was about 95.5 
    seconds; its first two and last flashes were very bright, 
    at least +3 if not brighter; I saw it from about 4:15 to
    4:28.  Running out of time now; PPAS reports later.  
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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