Is ERS-2 a flaring sat?

From: Frits Westra (fwestra@hetnet.nl)
Date: Sun Aug 18 2002 - 19:16:50 EDT

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    Hello all,
    
    Could you take a critical look at this report please?
    
    An observer in the Netherlands reported a flaring satellite that moved to
    the North.
    
    Observer's data:
    
    Position: 52.06N 06.10E
    Date: 14 Aug 2002
    Time appr: 20.35 UTC
    
    Observer reported a satellite flaring, in or very near to Lacerta, moving
    towards Cassiopeia. 
    
    ERS-2 seems a good candidate to me, but I don't know whether ERS-2 is
    a known flaring sat.
    
    Thanks for your help.
    
    Best Regards,
    
    Frits
    
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     Frits Westra -- PE2ATC -- fwestra@hetnet.nl -- 52.22N 06.38E
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