undocked progress observed

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Jun 01 2004 - 20:45:54 EDT

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    On the night of Friday May 28 at around 10:13 pm EDT, my neirbour noticed a bright light passing
    low in the sky. I was outside observing satellite's with him, so I quickly turned to see what he
    was looking at, and saw it. I ran a search, I didn't get a match with anything. One I was looking
    at the wrong part of the sky on the computer screen, just off from where I was really looking, and
    didn't use the elements for progress in the file. I decided to try again today to id the unid.
    Well this time looking at the right area of sky, and deciding to try the progress orbit, well what
    do you know:) So the unid was the undocked progress, it was nice and bright, so easy to see.
    Now I know what I saw.
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