Re: Question : Geo graveyard

From: Leo Barhorst (
Date: Tue Feb 24 2004 - 14:45:20 EST

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    That is quite well possible John.
    If it is a new sat or a relocating sat, it should be easy to ID, but Tony
    didn't find one in his last search.
    So I presume it is a decommisioned sat.
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst, Medemblik NL
    Cospar 4252 52.76350 N 5.09114 E 2 m ASL
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "John Locker" <>
    > As the unidentified bird is moving east , the orbit is a little lower than
    > geostationary.....consequently I assume that rather than being in
    > orbit , the satellite could well be moving to a new location , or
    > positioning into its designated slot.
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