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From: Young, Brad via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2015 19:28:19 +0000
Only 1 report here to add from last few sessions, but the piece of debris (38345, a GCOM shroud piece) below was pointed to by a bright (-2 mag) Perseid, followed by 36594 (BADR 5 AFT) screaming by 194 miles above us, then 20362 (GPS r/b) flying east back at the original field, pointing out 25677 (Globalstar M42) flashing dimly and irregularly to +3 mag. Within 3 minutes, the small audience got to see several heights, inclinations, and types of sats, with a nice meteor as an opener.

FPAS12,38345,R8336A,20150813,103048,0.5s,-,36.1,-95.9,201,FAUF,RSS,k,0.5s,-1,4,G1SkNNT,R,0.7,-18,2,050.0 3.0 006 10.000 F,-,-,see note on seesat about this;

Brad

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