Re: RE: Satellite Trails

Date: Fri Oct 07 2005 - 03:33:03 EDT

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    Considering the two tracks through the galaxy core, and the other parallell 
    tracks, I'd say they are in the Clarke belt (rotated +-90 degrees)
    Image 4 has two tracks very close, the brighter one starts (or ends) within 
    the (time) frame.
    The two at different inclinations in image 2 suggest that RA is near Sun's 
    RA+12h, where most non-operational geosynchs have their descending nodes 
    (or conversely that the date is such that the Sun is 12h from the nebula)
    >My first thought was aircraft lights.
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