Satobs site 2751 2004 Dec 2

From: Bruce MacDonald (macdonalddevizes@tiscali.co.uk)
Date: Thu Dec 02 2004 - 15:36:03 EST

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    25017 97 064A   2751 P 20041202191206440 17 25 1811003+541637 28 S+035 05
    25017 97 064A   2751 P 20041202191215740 17 25 1809022+575909 57 S+035 05
    
    This pass of 97-064A possibly has had a few more watching than usual in this
    part of England.  Tonight, on the local BBC news, the weather presenter
    Richard Angwin mentioned this pass on his forecast.  He also mentioned the
    Heavens Above site.  Every time we have a clear night forecast he usually
    mentions something to look for, such as a nice planetary conjunction or a
    pass of the ISS.
    
    Best wishes,
    
    Bruce
    
    Bruce MacDonald
    COSPAR Site 2751
    Devizes, Wiltshire, UK
    51.5440 N 1.9849 W 125m (WGS84)
    
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