Re: NOSS 3,4,8 and other obs

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Thu, 2 Sep 1999 08:05:01 +0200

>17997 87 043A   1745 E 19990902021214800 37 25 1949670+105500 68 S+080 07
>
>For NOSS 8 A, I'm not 100% sure it was the good sat because I saw another
>one moving parallel to it in the same direction about 1.5 degree lower and
a few
>seconds later. At first I thought it was another member of this NOSS
cluster but
...
St-Bonaventure, Qubec
>
>COSPAR site 1745 : 45.9483N, 72.6539W, 58 m., UTC-4:00
>
Nothing in alldat.tle or InOrbit.tle within +/- 5 min
(except #05918 72-22B Meteor 1-11 rk crossing 2.5 minutes later at
 120 deg.angle, and in penumbra/umbra)

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