DMB Obs Apr 6-7

dmbrierley@taz.dra.hmg.gb
Tue, 7 Apr 1998 11:30:19 +0000

Apart from 91-17B these obs are provisional and haven't had any 
computer checking.  I thought I'd recovered 76-91A (its appearance 
was convincing) but I cannot get the obs to fit.  It is possible that 
the first obs is of a different object than the other two.

9602902267598040619505138  010  12053575  -05421   15  5
9602902267598040619512114  010  12062435  -12580   1   5
9602902267598040619522567  020  12075020  -24456   1   5
9101701267598040619535470  010  12042082  +50558   2   5
9101701267598040619544372  010  12025630  +72268   2   5
9506601267598040622365934  010  12182180  +32150   1   5
9506601267598040622373038  010  12184540  +38330   1   5
9506601267598040622383988  010  12194915  +44178   2   5
9208301267598040623025659  010  12060429  +25291   15  5
9208301267598040623030847  010  12055070  +27290   1   5
9208301267598040623051904  010  12033516  +38063   2   5
9101702267598040623130335  010  12001350  +47100   1   5
9101702267598040623131540  010  12235544  +47584   15  5
9506601267598040700141728  010  12222250  +85026   15  5
9506601267598040700153905  010  12015460  +68090   1   5
9506601267598040700165685  010  12020900  +57000   1   5
7609101267598040700320213  010  12193140  +56347   3   5
7609101267598040700323054  010  12203630  +61562   1   5
7609101267598040700325585  010  12214300  +64120   1   5
999
David Brierley
Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
Station 2675, 52.1358N, 2.3264W, 70m