8539 obs Feb. 6

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Mon Feb 06 2006 - 23:07:30 EST

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    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060207003535900 17 25 0644964+125871 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060207003600670 17 25 0649058+231225 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060207003707880 17 25 0713496+543023 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060207003720150 17 25 0722134+595376 38
    21147 91 017A   8539 G 20060207005725780 17 25 0401019-134404 38
    21147 91 017A   8539 G 20060207005733110 17 25 0404938-114794 38
    21147 91 017A   8539 G 20060207005743530 17 25 0411024-084940 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013339750 17 25 0209037+233790 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013410670 17 25 0136804+325119 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013459980 17 25 0035730+442495 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013511300 17 25 0020852+462682 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013535300 17 25 2348159+494966 38
    28054 03 048A   8539 G 20060207013549900 17 25 2328320+512236 38
    
    Meteor 2-5 was id as the bright unknown near Xi Gemini more than 1 minute
    before 79050A arrived.
    
    The start point for Lacrosse 2 was half way between 2 dim stars near Gamma
    Eridanus.
    The 2nd point was on the right ( telescopic field of view) star of 2 very
    close ( .05 degree apart ) 8 mag stars.
    The 3rd point was between 2 bright stars approx 3/10 degree apart 2/10 of
    their spread from the left star.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -5 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
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