Re: Superbird A 2002-12-4 UTC

From: Bjorn Gimle (b.gimle@chello.se)
Date: Wed Dec 04 2002 - 02:17:26 EST

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    Using the elset Ed included in his mail, Don acquired S-A on 2002-12-04 near
    RA 01:59, decl. -8.7 (2000).
    Phase shift was at RA 02:02 decl. -8.5
    End of obs. at RA 02:06.5 decl. -8.4
    
    Expect a shift of -0:04 in RA per day.
    
    If the two phases are symmetric, acquisition could have been at RA 01:57
    decl. -8.8
    
    ** On Nov.03 Don reported a flash from a different surface nearly 40 minutes
    before the usual double event. I'd be happy to receive more observations of
    these flashes !
    89-041 A 02-11-03 02:49:07.45JDG 542.2 0.3  24 22.59  +2.0->inv
    89-041 A 02-11-03 03:26:36.75JDG 440.8 0.3  39 11.30  +2.0->inv
    ** On Nov.14, just 15 minutes before the standard series.
    89-041 A 02-11-14 03:18:17.33JDG 451.9 0.3  20 22.59  +5.5->inv
    89-041 A 02-11-14 03:35:14.08JDG 530.9 0.3  47 11.30  +2.0->inv
    
    
    > 89-041 A 02-12-04 03:53:12.22JDG 463.2 0.4  41 11.30  +2.0->inv
    >
    > The Phase shift occurred at 03:48:30 UTC
    
    
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