RE: DCB Obs AUG 23 2010 UT

From: Derek C Breit (breit_ideas@poyntsource.com)
Date: Mon Aug 23 2010 - 22:42:48 UTC

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    Sounds perfect, as I realized it would cross Jupiter, so I watched, then
    turned my head to see the time display on the TV, which stayed on the 12h
    44m 13s for a long time, so the 1.5 seconds seems perfect..
    
    Thanks.. Too bad it wasn't a Classified object..
    
    Derek
    
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    Derek Breit wrote:
    
    > ALSO.. Something crossed the face of Jupiter in my 8x50
    > finder scope at 12h 44m 13s. It *APPEARED* to move North from
    > a 7 O'clock to 2 O'clock in the viewfinder, but the viewfinder
    > is on an Equatorially mounted scope and, I think, inverted and
    > backwards, which is far too much at 6 AM..
    
    Iridium 22 (97043E / 24907) passed within 0.01 deg arc and 1.5 s time.
    Direction of travel seems about right.
    
    Ted Molczan
    
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