ETS 6 on Feb 24

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Mon Feb 25 2002 - 04:56:36 EST

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    ETS 6 (94-056A, 23230, Kiku 6) flash episodes on Feb 24 UTC, 
    in spite of lots of moonlight of course, and considerable 
    cirrus cloudiness.
    
    3:28:34.4 to 3:31:13.7 (about RA 3:20, Dec -12.5; seen with 
    binoculars, but very bright); PPAS report on this group:
    
    94- 56 A 02-02-24 03:31:13.7 EC  159.3 0.2  19  8.39  mag +3.5->inv
    
    Its rotation is still accelerating!  On Feb. 12 I got 8.457.
    Here's the second episode on Feb 24:
    
    3:54:21.5 to 3:56:10.4 (about RA 5:15, Dec. -23; six seen 
    without binoculars)
    
    Three nights before it was just cloudy enough to prevent me
    from seeing it.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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