Obs for Feb. 16

From: Bill Arnold (barnold86@cableone.net)
Date: Thu Feb 17 2011 - 12:27:34 UTC

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    Greetings,
    
    Out for a little while, really bright Moon, but never pass up a chance to watch satellites!
    
    25400 98 043G   0000 P 20110217002150000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    09661 77 002A   0000 P 20110217003200000 56
    22626 93 024A   0000 P 20110217003500000 56
    11267 79 011B   0000 P 20110217003600000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    28738 05 024B   0000 P 20110217004135000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    00727 64 001A   0000 P 20110217004200000 56 1st observation of this satellite.
    12586 81 065B   0000 P 20110217004420000 56
    19827 89 017B   0000 P 20110217004420000 56
    13736 82 118A   0000 P 20110217004710000 56
    21965 92 027B   0000 P 20110217004950000 56
    03597 68 110A   0000 P 20110217005130000 56
    28380 04 028A   0000 P 20110217005430000 56
    01316 65 027C   0000 P 20110217005620000 56
    37220 10 061C   0000 P 20110217005910000 56 In same binocular eyepiece field of view with 17528.
    17528 87 018B   0000 P 20110217005910000 56 In same binocular eyepiece field of view with 37220.
    25544 98 067A   0000 P 20110217010540000 56 Seen low in sky, due South of my yard, followed it into shadow.
    35951 09 057A   0000 P 20110217011340000 56 Up above the Moon again, but no flare this time.
    28870 05 036C   0000 P 20110217012050000 56
    
    Regards,
    Bill
    -----------------------------------
    Woolmarket, Mississippi (USA)
    10X50 Binoculars
    lat. 30:29:07.3 N, long. -89:00:09.7 W, elev. 15 m
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