Re: [dsat] Nr 1108 II

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Tue Aug 13 2002 - 19:07:18 EDT

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    While trying to photograph Perseids I got a +- 1s appulse for USA 129 21:14:34
    UTC  14h 11m, +25.3
    
    A -2 mag Perseid passed outside my camera FOV, one +3 far off.
    
    Observed the #19650/#16182 pair separated by 20 s. #19650 was +3m most of the
    pass, trailing within the 7*50 FOV at the end of the pass.
    
    Fast, bright UNID Polaris - 80 ENE, 7 deg/ 5s - shadow in Pegasus 21:51:27.3
    IDed as #08745 Cosmos 807 r 86-022 B, 351 km high
    
    USA 161 5s late on 02214 elset    , steady, even brightening in Perseus.
    NNNNN YY LLLABC SSSS C YYYYMMDDHHMMSSsss tt ce HHMMmmm+DDMMmm pp B+MMm Mm
    26934 01 044A   5919 G 20020813215814200 17 25 0210300+413100 98 S+040 06
    
    Another -2 mag Perseid while taking 52 times in 5'39" on a WNW pass of Meteor 3M
    rk - report after analysis tomorrow ?
    
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Pierre NEIRINCK
    Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 10:38 PM
    Subject: [dsat] Nr 1108 II
    
    
    I have 97-64A &  95-66A.Missed 01-44A near emersion at 0049.6.I watched 0047 to
    0055 in clear sky i e T-2.6 to T+5.4.
    Please report any other negative watch.I was out all day.No time to do more
    before next observing session.
    
    
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