From: Petter Aslaksen (fluorgutten@googlemail.com)
Date: Sun Dec 16 2012 - 06:39:02 UTC

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    Hello all,
    I have used Heavens-above.com to get a feel for the satellites I am likely
    to pick up in this location, and it seems I am in a prime location for
    spotting the Ofeq-5.
    I have tried looking for and photographing Ofeq-5 two evenings in a row,
    without success. Yesterday it was even supposed to have a visible pass
    close to zenith, but I got nothing, even when photographing wide-angle
    continuous 5-second exposures 5 minutes before and after the anticipated
    I see the elsets are old. Any suggestions on what to do? Picking up a
    retrograde satellite with my shotgun photograpy approach should be
    feasible, right?
    *31.7361N, 6.0422E / 63.4303N, 10.4525E*
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