Ang: Re: UNID (NROL?)

From: Björn Gimle (bg_26934@glocalnet.net)
Date: Thu Oct 07 2010 - 18:51:48 UTC

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    I should have written "to the SSW" !
    
    But in essence, it is less relevant for identification to estimate in what compass 
    direction it may be heading for the horizon -
    much more relevant is the direction (and speed) of motion in the immediate vicinity of 
    where you observe the object.
    Most easy (for naked eye or binocular obs) is relative to a vertical line, e.g. like on 
    a clock face or correspondingly in degrees, ie 3 o'clock is 90 degrees (to the right, 
    horizontally), in other cases (telescope?) relative to a line between a pair of stars.
    
    >----Original message----
    ...
    >Did you see it move straight down to the SSE, or at an angle, or could it have been 
    >geostationary?
    >Did you watch it for four minutes, or is this the time uncertainty?
    >Do you have any stellar references?
    >If you saw it move, how much in what length of time? (a fists width, a pair of 
    stars...)
    >Did you see ANY tracks on CalSky? At that time and latitude, no LEOs are visible in 
    the 
    >SSW.
    >If you compare to CalSky objects (if any) was its motion parallell to (left or right) 
    or 
    >at some angle?
    
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