Re: UNIDs

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Mon, 16 Aug 1999 21:52:05 +0200

I have not been able to find any bright objects for Tom Troszak's
Aug.04 observation at 18:23 UT. Cosmos 1464 rk would have passed
alpha Bootes (Arcturus in az.265, el.41 ) at 18:21:44
Cosmos 2034 rk 10 degrees higher at 18:23:30
Both travelling in the 2 o'clock direction, so they would descend in N.

Barry Cain's Aug.14 obs. should be Spot 3, passing alpha Lac at
RA 22.175h, dec+51.6 about 18:38:02 UT

Cosmos 1464 r    7.4  2.4  0.0  5.5 v 8.93
1 14085U 83048B   99227.49300880  .00000091  00000-0  79224-4 0  6874
2 14085  82.9421 243.9014 0033047 316.0848  43.7688 13.75574758814591
Cosmos 2034 r    7.4  2.4  0.0  5.5 v 12.1
1 20150U 89059B   99226.55217505  .00000131  00000-0  12030-3 0  3939
2 20150  82.9357 247.2249 0030369 111.0368 249.4047 13.75047640504584
Spot 3           4.7  1.8  1.8  6.0 d 12.1
1 22823U 93061A   99225.19530321 -.00000043 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 09816
2 22823 098.6265 289.1405 0017026 333.7355 026.2977 14.17211235304433

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