Floating Potential Probe

From: jean-paul.cornec (jean-paul.cornec@wanadoo.fr)
Date: Thu Nov 17 2005 - 14:47:56 EST

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    Hello
    I am sure to have observed the Floating Potential Probe released from ISS as 
    it passed through Delphin tonight at 1737 UTC.
    It begins at the expected time by a long irregular streak ~m5, followed by 
    some flashes and 2 steady periods at ~m 6-7 before becoming invisible.
    There was no other satellite passing near its track at the same moment, 
    according to Space Track and M McCcant's catalogues.
     For me it was the last opportunity to observe it before december
    
    Jean-Paul Cornec
     Lannion
    France
    4844'20" N
    327'32" W
    COSPAR  3022 
    
    
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