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Re: Starshine



At 16:00 15/02/2002 +1100, you wrote:
> >
> >Anyway, I just checked and by golly, we will have an overhead pass here in
> >Maryland in just 15 minutes at 1919 Eastern Standard time... with perfect
> >viewing conditions!  AND the Academy is having a star-party tonight...
> >perfect timing...
> >
>Bob,
>Please post a report. With many eyes trained skywards you may have some
>success. I have asked on this bbs on a number of occasions for reports of
>"actual" visual sightings, (not reports of reports) of Starshine and I have
>seen no replies. So far only one of my group of avid satellite-watchers has
>seen a fleeting glimpse of Starshine-1. I have had no success at all despite
>good predictions and ideal viewing conditions. Yes.... we do know what to
>look for.
>Bill...vk3jt
>Milawa
>Australia
>
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Bill,
Your success mirrors mine. (sorry, truly!) My youngest son is about the 
best sat-spotter I know and we've seen it nonce!!!




Norm, VK2XCI
Voice of The Edge of The Outback
njmcmillan@bigpond.com

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