Unknown to observer, a NOSS 2-1 pass

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Sat Feb 10 2001 - 01:56:03 PST

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    I found a nice description, by a person who did not know 
    what they were, of an apparently one-power observation of a 
    pass of the NOSS 2-1 trio.  The report is at this location 
    (a UFO Web site):
    
     http://www.msatech.com/nuforc/webreports/S14958.html
    
    Here's Quicksat output based on the good data in the report:
    
      60.717 135.050  300.   Whitehorse, Yukon Territ 2000  4.0 12 F F T T T
     
    ***  2000 Nov  18  Sat evening  *** Times are PM MST  ***  1748  743
     
     H  M  S  Tim Al Azi C Dir  Mag Dys F  Hgt Shd  Rng  EW Phs  R A   Dec
     
    20691 NOSS 2-1 (C)   90 50C                   c 3.0 
    19 30  2   .0 74  10 C  90  3.8   2 3  702 369  726  .7  65 23 9  76.1
     
    20642 NOSS 2-1 (E)   90 50E   3.0 2.0         c 3.0 
    19 30  9   .0 75  10 C  90  3.9   2 3  719 384  741  .7  65 23 8  75.4
     
    20692 NOSS 2-1 (D)   90 50D   3.0 2.0         c 3.0 
    19 30 12   .0 74  10 C  90  3.8   2 3  702 368  726  .7  65 23 9  76.0
     
    The observer mentioned that this was his or her third such 
    (accidental) sighting.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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