8539 obs Feb 25

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sat Feb 25 2006 - 23:41:06 EST

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    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226005951420 17 25 0640569+162032 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010024290 17 25 0653240+103545 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010106270 17 25 0707033+035150 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010134170 17 25 0715210-001028 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010218130 17 25 0726581-055317 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010241920 17 25 0732168-083937 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010326310 17 25 0741883-132333 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010333190 17 25 0743335-140355 38
    11732 80 019D   8539 G 20060226010353290 17 25 0747475-155730 38
    11720 80 019A   8539 G 20060226013010490 17 25 0835965+195170 38
    11720 80 019A   8539 G 20060226013023670 17 25 0839308+172782 38
    11720 80 019A   8539 G 20060226013037270 17 25 0842374+150655 38
    
    I watched Suitsat streak thru my 1.4 degree field of view at a point near
    alpha Ceti and then moved telescope to watch it go between iota and kappa
    Ursa Major and continued tracking from there. Estimated 5 magnitude.
    
    Windy conditions.
    
    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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