Obs Apr 5

From: nixj@bellsouth.net
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 17:07:19 PDT

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    A four day "monsoon" finally subsided....
    
    Apr. 5, 2000
    
    21798 91 082A   8935 E 20000405013837280 17 25 0553043+073448 19 R+065 10 001870
    25017 97 064A   8935 E 20000405015615250 17 25 1116288-040188 19 S+030 10       
    21147 91 017A   8935 E 20000405022656000 17 25 0544857+035753 19 S+030 10       
    21147 91 017A   8935 E 20000405022703200 17 25 0551858+015178 19 S+030 10       
    
    91 -82 A 2000-04-05 01:39:02.18 JN 13.07 .2 07 1.867 04.0->8.0 F
    
    OCS - no show, or more than a minute early and very dim at
    near 80 degree elevation pass??  used epoch day 93, a three day old elset.
    
    Iridium 15 predicted flare also a no show.
    
    Superbird A, 20040.  Observed via binoculars before peak and naked eye during
    	peak around 03:03:00 UTC with magnitudes near 1.5.  Have tape data to 
    	transcribe and will post shortly.
    
    Clear & Dark skies----------------------------------------------------------
                   |  Jones Orchard Site,   Millington, Tennessee  USA   
    Jim Nix        |  35.3166N 89.8860W 94m,   ,#8935       
    Sat-tracks.com |  Clear, T-49 V-15 H-40% B-30.02, Lim Mag 08.0, Binocs only  
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