JN 9633 Feb 18 obs

From: nixj.geo@yahoo.com
Date: Thu Feb 18 2010 - 06:47:39 UTC

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    Hi,
    
    35939 09 052C   9633 G 20100218012811200 37 25 0200457+180915 39 I+065 10
    26997 01 055A   9633 G 20100218023555000 37 15 0358075+231248 37 S+080 10 
    25746 99 028C   9633 G 20100218025802520 37 25 0626209+143113 28 S+055 10
    25746 99 028C   9633 G 20100218025824940 37 25 0631375+165300 19 S+055 10
    
    Notes:
    35939  The photonic skidmark I observed, may have been 35939.  I noticed
           it suddenly just past my target stars Beta and Gamma Aries.  I did
           not see it pass between the stars only suddenly appear 1.5 to 2
           degrees past them for about a sec at 6th mag.  Scanned along the 
           predicted path with the binocs to Alpha Cetus and beyond but  
           nothing seen.  GOOD WORK to those of you who caught it!
    26997  Jason, a passing stray.
    
    Still no luck with the NOSS 0 objects.........not to worry, I'll catch
    a good phase on them eventually.....
    
    Looking forward to tommorrow night.........
    
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