[FPSPACE] beidou launch yesterday?
JAMES E OBERG
jeoberg at comcast.net
Sun Apr 29 01:01:51 EDT 2018
Reported time in Beijing was 8:03 pm local.
There is one fantastic clip that appears to show view from an airplane, with -- possibly -- Venus in the field of view, giving an azimuth to the object of about 300 deg. [N of due west. ]
Last sequence on this site.
> On April 28, 2018 at 10:59 PM satcom <john.satcom.freeserve at gmail.com> wrote:
> Any idea what time [GMT]this was Jim?
> Not easy to pinpoint an accurate time span from the pics etc.
> This site http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/datacenter/archive.html is useful
> for sat images.
> On 28/04/2018 22:08, JAMES E OBERG wrote:
> > Internet is buzzing with a late evening local time Chinese launch yesterday, a day after the five-in-one,
> > what's the official story?
> > http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5665545/What-strange-light-Millions-China-baffled-mysterious-phenomenon-night-sky.html
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