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A personal Iridium milestone by William C. Keel
This morning's sighting of a flare from Iridium 46 marked a milestone for me - I've now seen flares from all the operational Iridium satellites (defined...
September 7th 04 09:00 AM
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Vandenberg AFB Launches by Brian Webb
Hi All: I maintain a web site with unclassified information regarding rocket and missile launches from Vandenberg AFB. After several weeks of work, I have...
September 4th 04 11:50 PM
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Crickey. Bright object by Merv
Went outside at 0931.GMT 31/9/2004 and looking overhead saw an extremely bright object. Brighter than Zarya (Space Station) It did not flash like an Iridium...
September 3rd 04 06:58 AM
by Merv Go to last post
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Barium release or satellite boost? by Jack L. Metcalfe
Around 8:57 PM EDT, 15 degrees due east from Arcturus I saw a fairly bright cloud-like glow drifting slowly northeast. It wasn't a cloud, it was perfectly...
September 1st 04 02:28 PM
by Jordan Go to last post
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Crickey. Bright object by Merv
Went outside at 0931.GMT 31/9/2004 and looking overhead saw an extremely bright object. Brighter than Zarya (Space Station) It did not flash like an Iridium...
August 31st 04 02:19 PM
by Larry Brash Go to last post
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irregular flares in Iridium-like path by William C. Keel
On the evening of August 21 (2047 CDT, which would be 0147 UT on the 22nd), I noted three bright, slow, and irregular flares from an object moving northward...
August 23rd 04 11:01 PM
by William C. Keel Go to last post
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Potential flasher? by William R. Thompson
Cosmos 1030 shed a piece of debris about a day before it re-entered last night. Apparently the object came off due to aerodynamic forces during one of the...
August 18th 04 08:05 AM
by William R. Thompson Go to last post
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Just spotted the Cosmos 2409 booster by William R. Thompson
It appears to be tumbling slowly. I can't estimate the rate because the sky was moderately bright (less than an hour before dawn) and it faded from view...
August 15th 04 09:27 AM
by PZeller66 Go to last post
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knowledge is power by mostafa dia
Space and time ------------------------------- There are two theories or convictions centered around the existence or creation of our present universe,and life...
August 11th 04 07:17 AM
by PZeller66 Go to last post
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End of the world? by Ed Cannon
See Mike McCants' note about the possible shutdown of OIG and termination of orbital elements: http://users2.ev1.net/~mmccants/ Pretty much the end of the...
August 8th 04 09:58 PM
by Ed Cannon Go to last post
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Satellite orbital element (TLE) availability to change? by Allen Thomson
There has been a development, or rather a possibly unfavorable non-development, concerning this slowly-evolving...
August 5th 04 01:25 PM
by Allen Thomson Go to last post
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[OT] Peacekeeper Launch from Vandenberg by Alexander Avtanski
I just saw the Peacekeeper launch from Vandenberg AFB (California). Excellent view from San Jose - I've seen several launches from here, and this one was in...
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July 23rd 04 09:24 AM
by Skywise Go to last post
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TiPS satellite observation from Houston, TX by Fred
I observed the TiPS tethered satellites passing next to the star Zeta Hercules on July 16, 2004 at 10:13:15 PM CDT (predicted time). The two end satellites...
July 17th 04 05:06 AM
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Re-entry or Meteor? Texas by Glenn Johnson
Was reported on the local Dallas news and seen by many... but no details have surfaced yet. 2nd hand info from observer: Wed 7-7-04 about 9:10 - 9:15 PM NE...
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July 13th 04 03:35 PM
by Glenn Johnson Go to last post
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Bright NOSS trios by Ed Cannon
Right now NOSS 2-1 trio is making bright passes, southbound in the evening -- with good conditions and a pass not too low in the sky they can be easy to see...
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July 11th 04 05:54 PM
by Patty Winter Go to last post
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Fast Flashing 2004-021B by PZeller66
Just as dawn was starting to set in this morning, I was able to observe the recently launched rocket booster for Cosmos 2406, labeled as SL-16 R/B on...
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July 7th 04 07:43 AM
by William R. Thompson Go to last post
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G. Forbat's new theory of matter REPLY to objections by Gary Forbat
The TimeLord wrote in message ... Gary Forbat wrote on Sunday...
July 2nd 04 02:20 AM
by Gary Forbat Go to last post
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Did I See 2004-021B? by Pokey Latrobe
Hello; I am at 39.2670N and 81.5620W. I observed a bright, rapidly flashing satellite moving from S towards N at appx 0330 Eastern time this morning. It was...
June 29th 04 12:25 AM
by Pokey Latrobe Go to last post
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old BBC review: visual satellite screensaver by Erstwhile
Science on the web: Our Planet Earth From Space http://satellite.ehabich.info "Our Planet Earth From Space" is a website being totally dedicated...
June 23rd 04 06:31 PM
by Erstwhile Go to last post
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Sun-transit-outage prediction software? by dlion
Are there any software can predict sun-transit-outage of stationary orbit satellite? Where can I get it? Thanks in advance.
June 18th 04 05:42 PM
by Patty Winter Go to last post
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