Re: OSC, Unk, C 2369 & r Obs

From: Mir16609@aol.com
Date: Fri Feb 04 2000 - 19:35:53 PST

  • Next message: Jonathan T Wojack: "Mir Question"

    In a message dated 2/4/00 9:54:57 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
    finn@main.jetnet.ab.ca writes:
    
    > I observed with my 10x50s OSC #26062 00004B pass approx 2 deg above (W)
    >  Procyon at 01:23:32 5 Feb UTC +/- 2 sec. Mag 4. Moments before i spotted
    >  another object heading the opposite direction and it was within a degree or
    >  two of OCS's 18 deg elevation and i as of yet have not ID'd this object. It
    >  appeared to have a N - S track.
    
    I hope that you meant that OCS was traveling N->S and that the UNID was 
    traveling in the opposite direction (S->N).  If so, Cosmos 1603 seems to be a 
    pretty good fit.
    
    Cosmos 1603      6.0  2.0  0.0  5.6 v
    1 15333U 84106A   00035.19826348  .00000220  00000-0  14233-3 0  9803
    2 15333  71.0228  46.9970 0019251 142.0007 218.2470 14.13159028791818
    
    Cheers
    Don Gardner  39.1796 N, 76.8419 W, 34m ASL
    Homepage: http://hometown.aol.com/mir16609/
    
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