Re: last chance to fully receive Ralf Vandebergh's high-res sat images

From: Björn Gimle (
Date: Wed May 25 2011 - 08:52:54 UTC

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    "too much time" ? I thought the work involved concerns the image processing
    - not clicking on a number of raw image filenames, and letting the computer
    do the uploading in the background. Please explain !
    OTOH I think that you shold have the decency to inform SeeSat-L if your
    website has a new posting that sheds new light on the shape/size of
    classified satellites, or the current orientation/rotation of other
    interesting objects, e.g. explaining why Zenith-2 rockets apparantly have
    6-10 flashes per rotation.
    2011/5/24 Ralf Vandebergh <>
    > Hi all,
    > My future high-resolution observations of ISS, Spaceshuttle, satellites and
    > rocket bodies will be provided
    > using a mailing-list for people who are seriously interested. ...Frankly, I
    > must admit the new Seesat image posting rules, which would take me too much
    > time to work efficiently, are involved in this decision. This is my personal
    > decision to go in a different direction and hopefully it is respected.
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