RE: WOW!

From: Ulrich Beinert (analemma@gmx.de)
Date: Thu Sep 06 2001 - 08:24:40 EDT


Members of the Meteor Observation list are reporting a fireball at exactly
this time (multiple observations). Some believe it may have been a reentry,
so that's quite plausible.

Ulrich

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> From: AuroraBurst@aol.com [mailto:AuroraBurst@aol.com]
> Sent: Thursday, September 06, 2001 1:14 PM
> To: SeeSat-L@blackadder.lmsal.com
> Subject: WOW!
>
>
> Hi! I just saw my first! I didn't know what it was at first, but it was
> amazing! I work at a teleport and actually was behind an international
> broadcasting satellite when I witness this event...surreal moment for me.
> The information about what I THINK I saw is:
> 1975-076B  (#08128) Cosmos 756 RB
> If this is not what I saw, SETI might be intersted in it :)
> It happened over north west Staten Island, New York...spanned the
> entire sky
> and left a trail, the sun was just coming up. when i checked the
> time it was
> 5:54 EST.
> If I didn't see what I think I did, then please someone let me
> know what it
> could possibly have been. Either way, I can't wait to check out my next
> opportunity.
>
>
> New York
> Coordinates:  40.7140 N, 74.0060 W
> Elevation:  0 meters (0 feet)
> Region:  New York, USA
>
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