5919 Obs

From: Björn Gimle (bjorn.gimle@gmail.com)
Date: Mon Dec 09 2013 - 14:17:40 UTC

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    I had a few hours clear weather yesterday morning, but forecasts said
    clouds were coming before the best illuminated pass of the FIA Radar 3
    rk+sat.
    Furthermore they were predicted to culminate very close in time, and after
    capturing the rocket I failed to locate the satellite.
    I used Time-The-Sat, but unfortunately my Android phone buttons (or
    software) seemed sluggish in the freezing temperature, so I had to rely
    mostly on the camera times + correction. But positions should be good.
    
    78820 13 072P   5919 G 20131208032717000 27 25 1336346+424889 55 S
    78820 13 072P   5919 G 20131208032727000 28 25 1324406+460798 55 E
    
    /Björn
    
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