Re: Lacrosse 5 with Varying Brightness

From: ComHem (b.gimle@comhem.se)
Date: Tue Mar 27 2007 - 03:04:12 EDT

  • Next message: Martins Keruss: "obs250320077"

    It seems to me that those who routinely take excellent video images of ISS 
    (IGS,...) should be able to clarify what parts of Lacrosses are responsible 
    for flaring and hiding ?
    
    >
    > Lacrosse 5 started out very dim (due to the low elevation) but at 20:04:34
    > quickly jumped by at least 2 mag (within two seconds or so). It fell down 
    > by
    > about 1 mag at 20:04:55 and then dropped (within a second or two) by 
    > another
    > two mag (I guess) very quickly at 20:05:53. Here goes the disappearance 
    > trick
    > again! 
    
    
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