Sat obs: no identification yet (SE->N)

From: Marco Salden (
Date: Thu Oct 18 2007 - 16:20:55 EDT

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    This evening at approx. UTC 19:45 (21:45 local) I was testing my new
    binoculairs (12X80) and observed a sat comming from E-SE heading N
    with a rather high inclination (approx 70-80 deg). It was high in
    magnitude numbers for it was not visible to  the naked eye, only in my
    binoculairs. Tried to look it up on H-A but invain: nothing comming
    close. Unfortunately the timing (19:45) could be some minutes of (no
    exact time measurement, sorry, wasn't prepared for making sat-obs).
    Perhaps someone with a suggestion whih sat it may have been?
    Marco Salden
    51.3330N, 6.0170E (The Netherlands)
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