Re: Cosmos 2282, Sept 5

From: Robert G Fenske Jr (
Date: Thu Sep 05 2002 - 09:05:13 EDT

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    	The clouds that rolled in yesterday morning cleared during the day
    and by evening the sky was clear again.  So I did another observation of
    Cosmos 2282.  I saw no flashes at my first attempt around 01:50 05 Sep.
    Starting about 02:16 I saw no flashes for about 3 minutes, then a pair of +5
    flashes ~21 sec apart, then ~2 more minutes of nothing, then the flashes
    started regularly.  Thus it's possible I saw the beginning of the flashing
    cycle.  I began timing soon after the regular flashing started.
    PPAS: 94-038A  02-09-05 03:49:50   RF 5171.0 0.5 248 20.851 +5/+6->inv
    Lat 29.4695, Lon -98.657583, Alt 213.0
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