Re: Cosmos 2369R

From: Dr.Brian Hunter (
Date: Tue Feb 22 2000 - 03:07:05 PST

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    I have observed the Cosmos 2369 RB twice from 50.8703N 0.34055E
    (Herstmonceux Castle).  On both occasions, it looked like a 'normal' Zenit
    rocket body.  The flash period for both days 2000 02 19 (19:35UT)and 2000
    02 21 (19:07UT)was 0.56 seconds.   This is actually the half period as the
    minima are not the same; one is much deeper than the other.  The only
    surprise to me was that the period was the same; I expected it to show
    some slowing over the two days.
    Brian K. Hunter                 
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    Queen's University                        Fax:   (613)-545-6669
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