other geo sat's to keep an eye out for flaring, at other times of the year

From: Kevin Fetter via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2017 17:33:40 +0000 (UTC)
The following, when I had seen images of them, as they were getting ready to be launched, I had notice a surface like a antenna, that looked good for reflecting a good amount of light.

So one's that could flare up.  

27445:GALAXY 3C
27715:GALAXY 12
28378:ANIK F2
28446:AMC-15
28644:SPACEWAY 1
28790:GALAXY 14
28884:GALAXY 15
28903:SPACEWAY 2
28935:ECHOSTAR 10
29644:AMC-18
31862:DIRECTV 10
32018:SPACEWAY 3
32253:INTELSAT 11
32388:HORIZONS 2
32729:DIRECTV 11
33275:AMC-21
33278:INMARSAT 4-F3
36397:INTELSAT 16
36516:SES 1
37748:SES 3
37809:SES 2
38749:INTELSAT 21
38867:INTELSAT 23
38991:STARONE C3
39035:MEXSAT 3
39616:AMAZONAS 4A
40664:SKY MEXICO-1
41308:INTELSAT 29E

Kevin

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