Some Satellites, NOSS 3-4 (C) (31708) flare magnitude -2

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2016 08:11:07 +0100
Last evening these days in Huércal-Overa. And there was a surprise not
expected, super-flare of NOSS 3-4 (C). His companion, NOS 3-4 (A) was not
visible to the naked eye.

Satellites were observed and identified:
Date: 10/31/2016
Cosmo-Skymed 3 (33412), closer Tarazed, about 3 ° more northwest, Time
18:24:17 UTC,  magnitude -1
Iridium 21 (25778), at its closest point to Iota Cassiopeiae, Time 18:35:43
UTC, magnitude +2.5
SL-16 R/B (23343), with HR 1636, Time 18:50:13 UTC, magnitude +2.5
NOSS 3-4 (C) (31708), Time 19:03:29 UTC, with Phi Persei, magnitude +3
NOSS 3-4 (C) (31708), Time 19:04:04 UTC, about 3º Tau Persei, magnitude -2
Then send links to photos
Regards.

-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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