Re: ISS-UK 12th oct

From: Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Sat Oct 13 2001 - 05:25:17 EDT

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    I have culmination at 18:48:02 using elset 2001/10/11 04:26:42, but no
    object close to that position within +-4.5 min and below 500 km elevation.
    It entered shadow just before gamma Pegasi at 18:49:23, no LEO there either.
    Can you specify better where the spike occurred?
    
    At 18:48:14, ESSA 8 #03615 was 2.2 degrees below ISS
                Peak Elevation
      Date     Time   Azim ElevVMag Cat # Satellite Name
    -------- -------- ---- -------- ----- --------------
     1/10/12 18:48:00 176 62  1.5 26749 Soyuz TM 32      8.0
     1/10/12 18:48:00 176 62  2.5 26890 Progress M-45    5.0
     1/10/12 18:48:02 176 62 -3.5 25544 ISS             20.0
     1/10/12 18:48:30 155 62  8.8 03615 ESSA 8           0.5
    
    
                Peak Elevation       End
      Date     Time   Azim Elev   Time   VMag Cat # Satellite Name
    -------- -------- ---- ---- -------- ---- ----- --------------
     1/10/12 18:43:30  76 26  18:44:20  9.2 21012 Glonass 48 aux motor
     1/10/12 18:43:30 198 19  18:44:42 11.3 25200 Meteor 2-16 Tsyklon deb
     1/10/12 18:44:01 225 72  18:47:39  8.9 04619 Cosmos 374 deb F
     1/10/12 18:45:16  70 37  18:48:08  9.2 24014 Pegasus deb BK
     1/10/12 18:45:39 135 30  18:47:07 13.1 06251 Tiros 5 Delta deb E
     1/10/12 18:47:33 308 76  18:50:18  7.3 23191 APEX             3.0  0
     1/10/12 18:48:00 176 62  18:49:22  1.5 26749 Soyuz TM 32      8.0  3
     1/10/12 18:48:00 176 62  18:49:22  2.5 26890 Progress M-45    5.0  2
     1/10/12 18:48:02 176 62  18:49:23 -3.5 25544 ISS             20.0 10
     1/10/12 18:49:14 271 49  18:52:25  6.2 24947 Iridium 27 tum   4.0  1
     1/10/12 18:49:46  29 25  18:51:17  5.5 08688 Cosmos 803       4.0  2
     1/10/12 18:51:47  10 28  18:52:30  8.3 08884 NOSS 1 (J)
     1/10/12 18:52:00  30 54  18:52:30 10.8 13772 Cosmos 252 deb DY
    
    -- bjorn.gimle@tietotech.se (office)                         --
    -- b_gimle@algonet.se (home)  http://www.algonet.se/~b_gimle --
    -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2576 N, 18.6172 E, 23 m         --
    -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m         --
    
    > First clear skies here for weeks, excellent pass of the ISS approx
    > 18:52 UT, one thing was evident; there was a quite noticeable
    > "spike" visible naked eye to the "left" of the ISS from this location-I
    
    
    
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