Gorizont 16 Obs 4 April 2003 UTC

From: Mir16609@aol.com
Date: Thu Apr 03 2003 - 23:45:27 EST

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    In PPAS format:
    88-071 A 03-04-04 01:30:06.91JDG1185.0 0.4  12 98.75  +6.5->inv
    
    Gorizont 16
    1 19397U 88071A   03088.80289322 -.00000252 +00000-0 +10000-3 0 05187
    2 19397 009.0803 043.6584 0013576 232.9307 126.9690 00.99970426053455
    
    The rotation appears to be slowing.
    
    88-071 A 03-02-08 00:43:29.34JDG1965.2 0.4  20 98.26  +6.0->inv
    88-071 A 03-02-11 00:47:49.81JDG1474.2 0.4  15 98.28  +7.0->inv
    88-071 A 03-03-04 01:13:12.64JDG2262.0 0.4  23 98.35  +8.0->inv
    88-071 A 03-03-10 01:02:23.55JDG1672.2 0.4  17 98.37  +7.5->inv
    88-071 A 03-03-25 01:26:50.84JDG1478.7 0.3  15 98.58  +7.0->inv
    88-071 A 03-03-28 01:21:57.92JDG 788.5 0.4   8 98.6   +7.0->inv
    
    Flash times may be found here:
    http://www.geocities.com/iss25544/geo20030404.txt
    
    I probably doesn't matter but the obs that I posted earlier -  
    "Flashing Geosyncs 3 April 2003 UTC" were made at:
    
    Alpha Ridge Park, MD 
    39.3058 N 
    76.8992 W
    170 mASL  (Based on USGS Topo)
    
    Cheers,
    Don Gardner  39.1799 N, 76.8406 W, 100m ASL
    http://hometown.aol.com/mir16609/
    http://www.howardastro.org/
    
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