Cosmos 2360 rocket

Robert G Fenske Jr (fenske@rgfpc.electro.swri.edu)
Mon, 6 Dec 1999 17:48:49 -0600 (CST)

	Observed Cosmos 2360 r/b (#25407) last Sat night (Dec 5 UTC) on a
near overhead pass.  It was very slowly varying from invisibility (<+4) up
to +2 over an untimed, roughly -- emphasis on roughly -- 2 minute period.
This is much longer period than about a year ago when I last observed it.
It had a 10 second period then.


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