Re: how visible is a pass?

BOB ROSE (robert.rose@goodyear.com)
Fri, 2 Oct 1998 13:45:18 -0400

Since I started this, let me clearify what happened. There wasn't a
false prediction or bad coords (I used 41.08, -81.43 for Akron,OH).
There were 2 very bright (guessing mag 0 or -1) passes that night
at approx UT 0:20 and 1:42 on 9/29.

The NASA site listed only the first one. While GSOC (which I think
is an excellent site) only listed the second pass. I now understand
the selection criteria better and just wanted to say that neither
prediction was wrong. I just expected both sites to have the same
information.

Sorry for any confusion.
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