Re: Starlink G4-3 observation

From: ronlee--- via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 4 Dec 2021 18:29:29 -0700
I finally had a decent pass of Starlink satellites.

This was the G4-3 launch two days ago.

86 degree elevation pass.  Southwest to northeast.

I was alternating between checking target stars with
binoculars and looking visually.  I first saw them visually
about 30 degree elevation to the southwest.

One satellite (about 12 from the trailing end) was noticeably
brighter for the entire pass.

While not as impressive as initial launches, it was still nice
and would have been better with darker skies.

Time was ~600 - ~602 PM MST (UT-7) on 4 December 2021 or
~100 - ~102 UT on 5 December 2021.


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