Some NOSSs have been manoeuvred

From: David Brierley (davidbrierley@waitrose.com)
Date: Sat Apr 18 2009 - 09:12:37 UTC

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    Dear US Observers
    
    On April 12 I saw the elderly NOSS triplet 7 running 10 secs late on an 
    April 4 elset.  It seems they have been manoeuvred after 23 years!  Please 
    observe if you can - they're now in evening twilight for me.  Here are Mike 
    McCants elsets:
    NOSS 7 (D)
    1 16623U 86014D   09102.87244518  .00000020  00000-0  93617-5 0    04
    2 16623  63.3622  16.3566 0672000  19.6866 340.3134 13.40500222    07
    NOSS 7 (E)
    1 16624U 86014E   09102.87259104  .00000040  00000-0  18719-4 0    03
    2 16624  63.3600  16.5206 0672000  19.6466 340.3534 13.40510213    08
    NOSS 7 (H)
    1 16631U 86014H   09102.87300580  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    02
    2 16631  63.3650  21.3822 0663000  10.7060 349.2940 13.40504009    06
    
    The active duplet NOSS 2-3 C and E have also been manoeuvred and are running 
    early, taking them away from D:
    NOSS 2-3 (C)
    1 23908U 96029C   09107.08826394  .00000020  00000-0  26121-4 0    06
    2 23908  63.4090 128.5484 0336000 359.9942   0.0058 13.40531895    03
    NOSS 2-3 (E)
    1 23936U 96029E   09107.08838013  .00000020  00000-0  25966-4 0    04
    2 23936  63.4100 128.7399 0339000 359.9900   0.0100 13.40531675    04
    
    Happy observing,
    David
    
    David M Brierley
    Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    Station 2675 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    davidbrierley@waitrose.com
    
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