Great view of ISS and 2 Progress

From: JAY RESPLER (jrespler@superlink.net)
Date: Sun Sep 29 2002 - 03:42:07 EDT

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    I think this is the first time I've seen 2 different free flying Progress in one
    evening. ISS was about mag -2 to -4.  Progress M1-9 just about as bright as
    Altair. Very nice seeing them glide along together.
    QUICKSAT output:
    
     40.281  74.235  129.   JAY RESPLER              1950 29.0  4 F F T T T
     ***  2002 Sept 28  Sat evening  *** Times are PM EDT  ***  1933  6 2
     H  M  S Tim Azi ElC Dir  Mag Dys F  Hgt Shd  Rng  R A  Dec  Name
     7 33 25  .0 140 46C 271 19.1   0 4  246 150  334 2051  3.0  PROGRESS-M 46
     7 57 59  .0 143 85C 271  1.5   0 3  247 105  248 1945 35.6  ISS
     7 58 31  .0 143 86C 271 18.6   0 3  247 104  247 1943 36.4  PROGRESS M1-9
    
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    Jay Respler
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