Re: "Artificial Satellites and How to Observe Them"

From: Bram Dorreman (
Date: Sun Sep 16 2007 - 21:29:06 EDT

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    Dear David,
    You wrote:
    2007/9/15, David Brierley <>:
    > Dear Observers
    > Some of you will already know that I have been asked by Springer to write a
    > book in their "How to Observe" series.  It is going to be entitled
    > "Artificial Satellites and How to Observe Them".  It's intended to be
    > chatty, informative and non-technical.
    > It's not a book I can write on my own, so I'm asking you for ideas and
    > thoughts on what should go into the book.  Please can let me know if there
    > is any written material out there which I can use with suitable recognition.
    I would be pleased to send you some liitle stories related to
    satellite observing, that I tell my audience when I show my
    presentation : "(Observing) Artificial satellites" I showed this
    presentation to quite a lot of people with differing backgrounds
    (astronomers, laymen, children, opne university).
    Then you can take from it what you like and re-tell it in your own
    words (Your English will be much better than my (or mine?), because
    you speak it daily and I do no longer since I have retired).
    Best regards and above all a lot of success and inspiration.
    Bram Dorreman
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