DMB Obs Mar 30

dmbrierley@taz.dra.hmg.gb
Fri, 3 Apr 1998 09:29:44 +0000

9607201267598033021062446  010  12004437  +62357   15  5
9607201267598033021064837  010  12235569  +56063   1   5
9602902267598033021075741  010  12032832  +44207   15  5
9602902267598033021081541  010  12042155  +46299   1   5
9208301267598033021085292  010  12192743  +52192   1   5
9208301267598033021091822  010  12200450  +51272   3   5
9101701267598033021114833  010  12082080  +67316   1   5
9101701267598033021125151  010  12162270  +76276   1   5
9801905267598033022111826  010  12005230  +64013   2   5
9900000267598033022111902  010  12005230  +64013   2   5
9801902267598033022115624  010  12015457  +68091   1   5
9801901267598033022115624  010  12015457  +68091   1   5
999

The unknown, varying between +6.5 and +9.5, is probably not the 
Iridium rocket, which by that time had entered quite a different 
orbit.  The Iridiums were +8 steady.

David Brierley
Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
Station 2675, 52.1358N, 2.3264W, 70m