Re: FEB14-15.OBS

From: Walter Nissen (wnissen@freenet.tlh.fl.us)
Date: Mon Feb 19 2001 - 16:04:53 PST

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    Russell <eberst@cableinet.co.uk> writes:
    
    > Note: Object reported as 96-29F was seen as a single normal star-like
    > satellite. No extended tether was seen. Worth checking appearance
    > on future transits.
    
    Agreed.  I assume you wouldn't mention this unless you felt your
    observation was anomalous.  Might it not be a good idea to expand the
    search and look for the missing part?
    
    TiPS             2.5  0.0  0.0  6.3 d  2.0
    1 23937U 96029F   01028.00160054 0.00001550  00000-0  16860-2 0    04
    2 23937  63.4244  26.4078 0161000 359.4152   0.5848 13.67185759    00
    
    Cheers.
    
    Walter Nissen                   wnissen@tfn.net
    -81.8637, 41.3735, 256m elevation
    
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