Re: geo sat obs

From: Kevin Fetter (kevin_fetter@hotmail.com)
Date: Wed Apr 03 2002 - 08:05:55 EST

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    Try these one's.
    
    I find that these are bright, they were easy to see when I was using a 
    borrowed 8 ince telescope.
    
    NIMIQ 1
    1 25740U 99027A   02092.35330791 -.00000190  00000-0  00000+0 0  4354
    2 25740   0.0042 180.8492 0002393 175.4241 230.2615  1.00270288 10557
    GALAXY 11
    1 26038U 99071A   02092.35588720 -.00000191  00000-0  00000+0 0  6321
    2 26038   0.0426  18.1787 0000404 272.5932 296.8550  1.00270267  8449
    PAS 1R
    1 26608U 00072A   02092.18105229 -.00000291  00000-0  00000+0 0  2942
    2 26608   0.0401  20.3181 0000098 101.0854  89.0847  1.00268350  5095
    XM-2
    1 26724U 01012A   02091.79168757 -.00000042  00000-0  00000+0 0  2109
    2 26724   0.0399   2.3463 0000135  79.4246 278.1896  1.00272745  3892
    XM-1
    1 26761U 01018A   02090.11512485 -.00000222  00000-0  00000+0 0  1819
    2 26761   0.0164 104.5330 0000342 321.2963  78.7938  1.00270004  3353
    
    I easy saw 26608, 26038 and 25740 in my 70 mm refractor the other night.
    
    Kevin
    
    
    
    
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