Re: SBSS in orbit

From: Jim Scotti (jscotti@pirl.lpl.Arizona.EDU)
Date: Sun Sep 26 2010 - 05:33:54 UTC

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    I think I saw SBSS from Tucson Arizona.  About 3 minutes into flight, I saw 
    an orange object heading south about 5 degrees above the horizon.  After only 
    a few seconds, it faded and I didn't see any more.  I was watching with 
    binoculars and it was a stellar appearing object.  Not 100% sure about the 
    ID, but it was consistent with my expectations for it.
    
    Jim.
    
    On Sat, 25 Sep 2010, Kevin Fetter wrote:
    
    > SBSS is safely in orbit, and has seperated from the rocket.
    >
    > Kevin
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