8539 obs 2-10-13

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@verizon.net)
Date: Sun Feb 10 2013 - 03:44:31 UTC

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    28541 05 004C   8539 G 20130210001434980 17 25 0639855+125979 38  
    28537 05 004A   8539 G 20130210001452040 17 25 0643026+074290 38  
    28537 05 004A   8539 G 20130210001550940 17 25 0655265-024599 38  
    28541 05 004C   8539 G 20130210001615690 17 25 0700396-052095 38  
    28095 03 054A   8539 G 20130210002118210 17 25 0305491+040165 38  
    28095 03 054A   8539 G 20130210002129540 17 25 0311381+065072 38  
    28097 03 054C   8539 G 20130210002215000 17 25 0336325+174845 38  
    28097 03 054C   8539 G 20130210002232090 17 25 0348540+232042 38  
    19460 88 078A   8539 G 20130210004251090 17 25 0127271+670529 38  
    19460 88 078A   8539 G 20130210004259190 17 25 0109289+694233 38  
    19460 88 078A   8539 G 20130210004310820 17 25 0037762+725369 38  
    
    
    I started by trying to observe 84012F, may have seen it 9 seconds late with no good points.
    05004C flared to -3 mag for about 20 seconds before the last point on it.
    ISS went directly overhead 2 minutes before local 7 PM. Tracked at lower elevations with telescope.
    Very cold, in the teens. Snow in driveway keeps telescope 10 feet from garage.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft. -5 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
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