milstar flare observed

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Tue Dec 14 2004 - 23:59:36 EST

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    Success again.
    
    After looking at the tv to locate the milstar at 68 degrees west, I found it. It was easy to spot
    once I knew where to look:)
    
    I took mike's following orbit
    
    Unknown 041002
    1 90023U 04776A   04318.58857651 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    02
    2 90023   5.1400 196.9199 0001000   0.9272 359.0727  1.00270000    04
    
    And changes one of the values, so it was more close to the time it passes between some star
    patterns.
    
    Unknown 041002
    1 90023U 04776A   04318.58857651 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    02
    2 90023   5.1400 197.8199 0001000   0.9272 359.0727  1.00270000    04
    
    Not the proper way, but I don't care. It works for what I want to do. 
    
    Go milstar.
    
    Now to wait for milstar 6 to flare up.
    
    Kevin
    
    
    		
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