DMSP 2-1

From: Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
Date: Sat Jan 08 2000 - 22:09:02 PST

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    Saw an interesting high pass of this one tonight (13736 / 82-118A).
    It was on an 81-deg elevation pass in the east, going from north to
    south.  Right about culmination, it gave off a sharp flash to about
    magnitude -1, then about midway through its descent, its brightness
    slowly ramped up from about magnitude +5 to about magnitude +1 then
    it slowly faded again.
    
    --Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
      30.3103 deg North by 97.8806 deg West by 920 feet
      Austin, Texas, USA
    
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