Re: article about USA 276 and ISS

From: Thierry Legault via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2017 23:09:46 +0200
congratulations Marco!

I got it following the ISS during an all-night timelapse (one night 
of ISS marathon in end of May)

I would like to track it with my C14, in hope to get some detail on 
the satellite itself, at least a shape with solar panels. I'm 
wondering if any rough size can be deduced from the magnitude (?)

Regards


At 13:01 04/07/2017, Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l wrote:

>Now up on The Space Review:
>
>"Close encounters of the classified kind"
>
>http://www.thespacereview.com/article/3277/1
>
>About USA 276 and the ISS flyby on June 3.
>
>People with visibility of the object should continue to observe it, as its
>future behaviour might be interesting.
>
>- Marco
>
>
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