Re: OCS

From: Mike McCants (mikem@fc.net)
Date: Sun Jan 30 2000 - 12:15:02 PST

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    Russell Eberst has posted the following observations:
    
    Date       Time          R. A.   Dec.
    2000  1 29 18 37 39.7   7 57.8  25.62 1950  0 4F  7.5 7.5 0 S
    2000  1 29 18 39 38.6   8  5.8  27.63 1950  0 4E  6.8 8.3 10 I
    2000  1 29 18 40 50.4   6 58.4  16.17 1950  0 4C  5.1 5.1 0 S
    2000  1 29 20 22 20.0   1 45.8   3.44 1950  0 4C  4.7 4.7 0 S
    2000  1 30  6  3 40.4  13 30.6  24.62 1950  0 4C  4.6 4.6 0 S
    
    The bright object, which is presumed to be OCS, matches my
    elset for the B object very well.
    
    The observation shown as E above matches my elset for A very well.
    I would assume that this is JAWSAT since it is supposed to be
    the largest of the other objects.
    
    And of course the F object is the rocket.
    
    Mike McCants
    
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