RE: one of the pair NOSS 3-1 AC is missing

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Date: Wed Nov 16 2011 - 23:42:05 UTC

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    [] On Behalf
    Of Marco Langbroek
    Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2011 11:54 AM
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    Subject: Re: one of the pair NOSS 3-1 AC is missing
    Op 16-11-2011 14:33, schreef:
    > Yesterday evening, Nov 15,  I spotted only one satellite NOSS 3-1 instead
    of the expected pair AC. It was already the case on November 14. Visual
    observation using binoculars + photos series.
    > Heavens-Above and Calsky still indicates both satellites orbiting at about
    5 second distance, which is no more valid.
    I can confirm this: this evening at 19:08 UTC (16 Nov) there was only one 
    object, not two.
    I have video of the pass, and a photograph, both showing only one object
    faint on the photograph - conditions were not perfect). No second object
    minutes before or after this one.
    - Marco
    Dr Marco Langbroek  -  SatTrackCam Leiden, the Netherlands.
    Cospar 4353 (Leiden):   52.15412 N, 4.49081 E (WGS84), +0 m ASL
    Cospar 4354 (De Wilck): 52.11685 N, 4.56016 E (WGS84), -2 m ASL
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