Re: Observations (finally!) and an ID request.

From: Mir16609@aol.com
Date: Wed Aug 02 2000 - 20:04:41 PDT

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    In a message dated 8/2/00 10:43:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time, tlj18@juno.com 
    writes:
    
    << At 01:59 to 02:03 I saw an UNID. Was +3 rising in the north (20, 25
    degrees altitude) and faded out as a +1 brightness in high ESE
    elevations. Can anyone identify, please?
    
     >>
    Cosmos 1862 looks like the best match.  Cosmos 921 looks like a possibility.
    
    Cosmos 1862      6.0  2.0  0.0  5.2 v
    1 18152U 87055A   00209.19150976  .00004059  00000-0  45511-3 0  2610
    2 18152  82.4987  98.5669 0021773 107.3253 253.0347 14.86430885706498
    Cosmos 921       2.0  0.0  0.0  6.8 d
    1 10095U 77055A   00213.76814374 +.00001378 +00000-0 +16336-3 0 08670
    2 10095 075.8354 103.5803 0042543 007.1917 352.9871 14.84477594246664
    
    Still cloudy here.
    
    Cheers
    Don Gardner  39.1799 N, 76.8406 W, 100m ASL
    Homepage: <A HREF="http://hometown.aol.com/mir16609/">http://hometown.aol.com/
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