18 April 2009 SatObs Noss 2-3 C, E, D

From: Difflimited@aol.com
Date: Sat Apr 18 2009 - 18:58:41 UTC

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    Noss 2-3 C 
    
    When reducing, I rely on my field notes that  give:
    
    23908 96 029C   8039 G 20090418013429780 17 25  0750665+042682 18
    
    for 1.95 d elset --   XT= 0.436   T= - 1.480
    
    But I may have mistaken the star pair, if so :   
    
    (2)
    23908 96 029C   8039 G 20090418013429780 17 25  0748743+041880 28  
    
    XT= 0.025  T=   -0.449
    
    
    Noss 2-3 E
    
    23936 96 029E   8039 G 20090418013442940  17 25 0750539+054342 28  
    
    XT=  0.579  T=   -1.814 on 4.19d elset
    
    Noss 2-3 D
    
    23862 96  029D   8039 G 20090418013623460 17 25 0744449+045638 38  
    
    XT=0.133  T=  5.165
    Elset age= 1.95 d  
    
    I'm still practicing visual observing of Noss's so take these  obs
    with a grain of salt.  I've switched from using 15x70's to 11x 56's  to use
    a wider FOV.  
    
    Still Noss 2-3 D seems significantly  late if ~ 5.2 secs is significant.
    
    Peter Gertson   8039
    39.1169 N  76.9489 W  425  ASL
    
    
    
    
    
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