Noss 6 D

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Wed Dec 01 2004 - 23:35:19 EST

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    Good news, clear and saw unknown (id as #04259 using Idsat) in fov with Noss
    6 D. Bad news, all points close to 7 seconds late, so it is probably my
    problem. Still had fun, but need to fix time problem.
    
    Below are points taken, if it is worth anything.
    
    14795 84 012F   8539 G 20041201234718120 17 25 0010489+151388 38
    14795 84 012F   8539 G 20041201234734250 17 25 0016997+115837 38
    14795 84 012F   8539 G 20041201234738060 17 25 0018474+111359 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20041201235304450 17 25 1944491+360444 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20041201235314620 17 25 1935036+394589 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20041201235344090 17 25 1900843+503327 38
    14729 84 012D   8539 G 20041202000424000 17 25 2253357+044121 38
    14729 84 012D   8539 G 20041202000454000 17 25 2308486-002403 38
    14729 84 012D   8539 G 20041202000510720 17 25 2316208-030846 38
    14729 84 012D   8539 G 20041202000613680 17 25 2341464-115752 38
    14729 84 012D   8539 G 20041202000719060 17 25 0002865-192588 38
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -5
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
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