Cosmos 2365

Matson, Robert (ROBERT.D.MATSON@saic.com)
Tue, 14 Dec 1999 17:30:33 -0800

Hi All,

Just caught a nice twilight pass of Cosmos 2365, moving along at a
pretty good clip.  (Altitude about 223 km).  Only the moon, Jupiter,
Saturn and Capella were visible at the time (could not make out
Aldebaran).  Satellite was thus about magnitude 0.5 -- about 1
magnitude brighter than predicted using Molczan standard magnitude
of 4.5.  --Rob



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