RE: OCS lunar transit

From: Barhorst L.J.C. (L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl)
Date: Mon Apr 10 2000 - 00:45:48 PDT

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    Tristan Cools wrote:
    
    I also have the impression that the OCS sphere isn't very steady.  Some
    variations are visible on this satellite.  Maybe there is still something
    attached to it.
    
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    When observing 00- 4 B the last couple of days I've also noticed some small 
    variations in its brightness.
    Last night it was notible fainter than otherwise, mag 5 versus mag 4.
    
    If I remember well the cannister that held OCS is still attached to it.
    
    Greetings
    Leo Barhorst
    
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