RE: 4541 Request for identification.

From: Daniel Deak (dan.deak@sympatico.ca)
Date: Sat Nov 04 2006 - 12:19:31 EST

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    Alberto,
    
    The closest match I could get is 26387, 2000-033D, SL-8 R/B, but the timing
    is not good. The trajectory is OK (culmination at 266 Az and 23,4 elev) but
    it was at AD 15h10m10s Dec +28,83 deg at 17:18:49 UTC.
    
    Its flash period is about 10 sec.
    
    -- 
    Daniel Deak
    Webmestre, site Obsat
    Pompier, municipalite de L'Avenir, Quebec
     
    COSPAR site 1747 : 45.7275°N, 72.3526°W, 191 m., UTC-5:00
     
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    > -----Message d'origine-----
    > De : Alberto Rango [mailto:alberto.rango@tin.it] 
    > Envoyé : 4 novembre, 2006 10:37
    > Ā : SeeSat-L
    > Objet : 4541 Request for identification.
    > 
    > Yesterday evening I was waitig for 04 035C pass low in the 
    > west (culmination 22°/267° at 17h21m11s) when my attention 
    > was captured by a nice and bright  flashing sat  going from 
    > south to north and culminating about 25° in the west.
    > I got 34 flashes, mg. about +5 and period 2.68 seconds, and a 
    > rough point.
    > 
    
    
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