Glonass launches: pre-launch information

From: Ed Cannon (
Date: Sun Dec 02 2001 - 21:44:27 EST

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    As they have the potential for a lot of excitement with little
    warning, it would be very good to know ahead of time about 
    Glonass launches!  For future reference, I actually did read 
    about this one a day or two ahead of time, under "November 28", 
    on the Swedish Space Corporation's "Space Events Diary" Web 

    Are there other sources of pre-event information?  Did I miss
    an article on SpaceFlight Now?
    I'm somewhat puzzled about some of the observation reports that
    I've seen that say the objects were visible for only 10 seconds 
    and yet crossed the entire sky.  Shall I presume it was 
    inaccurate time estimation by the observers?  (But that seems 
    like a very large error.)  
    Ed Cannon - - Austin, Texas, USA
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