Re: NOSS sighted + unknown tumbler ahead of them

From: B Gimle @ComHem (@ComHem)
Date: Tue Sep 30 2008 - 08:16:41 UTC

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    Greg,
    
    when, or where, on the NOSS track did the meeting occur?
    Did it take 45 s for the NOSS to arrive to that point?
    At what angle did it cross the NOSS track?
    And/or what angle did the tracks have relative to the vertical near the
    crossing?
    Do you have any stellar references near the crossing?
    
    /Björn
    
    ----- Original Message ----- >
    > Highlight came watching the two NOSS 3-2 (A and C) together.  But what
    > caught my eye was about 45 seconds ahead of them a tumbling satellite
    > going south.  It appeared to be going further south.  Flash appeared to be
    > about a 5 sec interval.
    
    
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