Re: Mir and Flares

From: finn@main.jetnet.ab.ca
Date: Fri Feb 18 2000 - 09:09:58 PST

  • Next message: Edward S Light: "Re: Mir and Flares and 10820"

    At 07:02 AM 18/02/00 -0800, you wrote:
    >I observed Mir this morning from my location.
    >
    >An object in a high orbit crossed Mir at 1420 UTC, producing
    >3 flares at mag 1.0 within a degree or two of the space station.
    >
    >Did anyone else observe these flares and what was the object?
    >
    
    If the object was going N->S then Meteor 2-17 r #18821 88005B was crossing
    Mir at that time.
    
    Jari
       
    
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