Re: COSMOS 2429 launched today

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Sep 11 2007 - 21:53:51 EDT

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    I just missed 32052A 2007-038A because I did not want to miss 32053 2007-038B
    which should follow A after 43 seconds.
    The Kosmos rocket has a nice flash period of 7.7 seconds varying between
    +5.3 and +7.5 and after its culmination point it was steady +5.8.
    My last flash time was 01h 35m 08.0 s
    
    Neat PPAS report follows. It is interesting to see whether the flash period will
    decrease first and then increase as often happens with this type of rocket.
    So I hope to see more fine PPAS observations of this object.
    
    Bram Dorreman
    
    
    2007/9/11, Leo Barhorst <leo.barhorst@tele2.nl>:
    > The first TLE's have appeared.
    > Cat# are 2007-38 A 32052 and 2007-38 B 32053
    >
    > Greetings and clear skies
    > Leo Barhorst - Medemblik - The Netherlands
    > Webpage: www.satlist.nl
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