Two within 10 degrees

From: David Jaquay (
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.)
    40.20, -76.20
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