Two within 10 degrees

From: David Jaquay (djaquay@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Apr 08 2005 - 22:00:26 EDT

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    Just came back in, having seen two satellites (Cosmos 2151 and
    Lacrosse 4 Rocket) pass within about 10 degrees of each other.  I'm
    still fairly new to this, so please forgive me if this is a common
    occurrance, but I had to tell somebody.  (My wife was less than
    impressed... :)
    
    Also, the stars were shimmering and blinking something fierce, some
    even disappearing completely for brief moments.  Is this what really
    bad seeing is like?  (Jupiter shone pretty steady, though.)
    
    Regards,
    Dave
    40.20, -76.20
    
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