A mysterious trio

From: Grzegorz Koralewski (eeeeeeee@interia.pl)
Date: Tue Mar 25 2003 - 05:43:14 EST

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    Hello Everybody,
    Yesterday while stargazing with my binocs I noticed something that may be
    interesting to those of you, who trace the spy sats - I guess.
    
    Location: 53d 22'.679 N, 14d 58'.007 (wgs84)
    Time: 20:37:37 UT
    Ra: 11h08m    Dec:+61d41'
    
    A trio of bright (~2.5mag) satellites spreading about 1.5-2 degrees, heading
    south.
    Very surprising.
    I checked it in Starry Night Pro with the "mccants" file from
    http://users2.ev1.net/~mmccants/tles/index.html
    
    No result. Isn't that mysterious???? Can anyone identify it?
    
    Grzegorz Koralewski
    
    
    
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