Re: NOSS?

JAY RESPLER (jrespler@injersey.com)
Wed, 4 Sep 1996 00:52:21 -0400 (EDT)

> definitively, though it sure sounds like NOSS to me. Can anyone confirm this??


Yes, it certainly would be one of the NOSS groups.  I'll get back to Ray 
with more info later.


> >My son (10) and I (much older) were in the mountains of W.Va. tuesday after 
> >persedes about 10:20 or so we saw a flight of 3 satelites in perfect triangular
> >formation transit from North to south. No flashing tumbling or other special
> >effects just a workman like transit in a beautiful orbit on a full view


Jay Respler
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