ETS-6

From: Rainer Kracht (r.kracht@sh-home.de)
Date: Mon Oct 09 2000 - 16:40:35 PDT

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    ETS-6 (94-56A, 23230):
    
    observations with 10x50 binoculars, flashes to max mag 3.5 or 4
    clouds and twilight made it difficult to find ETS-6
    
    timed flashes
    2000 Oct 09  17:45:17.98 UTC 
                       27.98
                       58.40
                    46:38.74
                    47:19.11
                    50:00.67
                       41.22
                    51:21.56
                    52:01.98
                       04.50  secondary flash
                       52.43
                       54.96  secondary flash
                    56:04.27
                    57:04.75
                    58:07.99  secondary flash, main flash invisible
                    59:18.96  secondary flash, main flash invisible
    
    FP = 10.098 seconds
    secondary flashes 2.5 seconds after main flash
    
    PPAS:
    94- 56 A 00-10-09 17:57:04.8 RK  706.8 0.2  70 10.098
    
    There was a second, slower flasher in the field of view
    later identified as Gorizont 23 (91-46A, 21533)
    
    
    Rainer Kracht
    Elmshorn, Germany
    Station 5005, 53.7695N 9.6626E 9m
    r.kracht@sh-home.de
    
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