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Bob Smetanko (pammer@stratos.net)
Wed, 22 Sep 1999 21:36:21 -0400

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I'm new at satellite observing and tonight, 9/22/99, I was looking for =
Meteor 1-2 at 20:50 (by Cassiopeia) I was using binoculars and did not =
see Meteor 1-22 but I did see four star like lights moving from the NW =
to the NE.  The formation consisted of first one dim then one bright and =
the next two were dim.  They all followed along behind each other.  =
Needless to say, I am curious as to what this could have been.  Did =
anyone else see anything or does anyone have a suggestion as to what it =
was.  Without binoculars it was not visible as my wife could not see it. =
 Bob Smetanko   THANKS!!!

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I'm new at satellite observing and tonight, 9/22/99, I was looking = for=20 Meteor 1-2 at 20:50 (by Cassiopeia) I was using binoculars and did = not see=20 Meteor 1-22 but I did see four star like lights moving from the NW to = the=20 NE.  The formation consisted of first one dim then one bright and = the next=20 two were dim.  They all followed along behind each other.  = Needless to=20 say, I am curious as to what this could have been.  Did anyone else = see=20 anything or does anyone have a suggestion as to what it was.  = Without=20 binoculars it was not visible as my wife could not see it.  Bob=20 Smetanko   THANKS!!!
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