Re: Progress M1-9 Obs

From: roberts@nmia.com
Date: Fri Sep 27 2002 - 00:42:44 EDT

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    Ron Lee wrote:
    > 
    > Saw this object in binoculars at 0232 UT on 27 Sep 02.
    > Probably too faint under existing conditions to see naked eye.
    
    I saw it naked eye at about 0200 UTC on 27 Sep 02.  Magnitude
    was probably about +1 with favorable "sun angle".  ISS pass was
    about 15 minutes earlier in the same part of the sky with favorable
    "sun angle".
    
    
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