Satobs Site 2751 2004 Aug 27

From: Bruce MacDonald (macdonalddevizes@tiscali.co.uk)
Date: Fri Aug 27 2004 - 18:42:10 EDT

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    Dodgy conditions with cloud moving swiftly across the sky making observing
    challenging.
    
    Only the first object (00-047A - only one ob through cloud) of interest to
    Dsat subscribers.  The second was a "target of opportunity" not on my list.
    
    26473 00 047A   2751 P 20040827210517940 57 25 0037776+333880 28 S+035 05
    25400 98 043G   2751 P 20040827212614850 57 25 0030225+440578 28 S+035 05
    25400 98 043G   2751 P 20040827212742590 57 25 0324676+643516 37 S+035 05
    00877 64 053B   2751 P 20040827213700970 57 25 0417620+803211 96 S+045 05
    00877 64 053B   2751 P 20040827213841790 57 25 0432031+535465 37 S+045 05
    
    
    The third object (Cosmos 44 R/B) is part of a little game I am playing to
    try and observe the oldest object I can - this one is 40 years old tomorrow
    (launched 28 Aug 64).
    
    Best wishes,
    
    Bruce
    Bruce MacDonald
    Devizes, Wiltshire, UK
    COSPAR Site 2751
    51.3440 N 1.9849 W 125m (WGS84)
    
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