5919 obs 20040824 #24680

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Tue Aug 24 2004 - 16:25:27 EDT

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    ObsReduce tells me USA 129 was 1.953; 1.464; 1.240 s late on my observations
    tonight:
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20040824192855700 17 25 1956907+062779 48 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20040824192913080 17 25 1948778+190397 28 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20040824192956480 17 25 1820765+712278 48 S
    I can't figure it out - if a reboost was made on this perigee, it should be
    early.
    If it was on the previous perigee, it would be about 8 seconds late.
    
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    When it had passed zenith, and I rose and turned to reacquire it, I found
    instead a bright satellite in the opposite direction, which flared to -1
    near zenith.
    Possibly Meteor 2-10 83109A #14452
    
    
     -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2576 N, 18.6172 E, 23 m         --
    -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m         --
    
    
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