Re: china's newest satellite observed

From: Brad Young (allenb_young@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Nov 07 2008 - 03:08:43 UTC

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    I agree; saw 33433 first, at 8th mag, followed by 33434 at 7th mag visually on 80 deg elevation pass. Both steady. R/B (33435) seen easily earlier, 4th mag, steady, naked eye for portion of low pass in east.
    
    TULSA1:
    COSPAR 8336 +36.1397, -95.9838, 201 m
    
    
    
    
    ----- Original Message ----
    > From: Kevin Fetter <kfetter@yahoo.com>
    > To: seesat-l@satobs.org
    > Sent: Thursday, November 6, 2008 5:28:47 PM
    > Subject: china's newest satellite observed
    > 
    > Just played back the video, and observed china's newest satellites passing by.
    > 
    > Object B ( 33434 ) was Brighter then object A ( 33433 ).
    > 
    > Both objects where roughly mag 7 are brighter.
    > 
    > Kevin
    > 
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