Unid 90029 = 05512A

From: Michael Waterman (mike.waterman@web-hq.com)
Date: Sun Jan 16 2005 - 18:15:54 EST

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    8 observations made tonight, details below. It was flashing in the same 
    part of the sky as on previous days (a bit further North), similar 
    brightness, similar period (27.72 +-0.01s).
    The obs indicate that on 050112 my obs was at 202608.28, not at 202706.66 .
    
    In OTWG format: format:
    
    0551201211505011621230116  050  13023524  -0063   006 5             +40   02772F
    0551201211505011621235655  050  13023648  -0044   005 5                         
    0551201211505011621245209  050  13023695  -0048   004 5                         
    0551201211505011621273848  050  13023992  -0028   004 5                         
    0551201211505011621280623  050  13024016  -0023   005 5                         
    0551201211505011621283386  050  13024061  -0025   004 5                         
    0551201211505011621321584  050  13024450  -0007   004 5                         
    0551201211505011621324350  050  13024477  -0004   005 5                         
    
    In IOD format:
    
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621230116  57 35 023524 -0063   66 F+040 04 027719
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621235655  57 35 023648 -0044   56               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621245209  57 35 023695 -0048   46               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621273848  57 35 023992 -0028   46               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621280623  57 35 024016 -0023   56               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621283386  57 35 024061 -0025   46               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621321584  57 35 024450 -0007   46               
    90029 05 512A   2115   2005011621324350  57 35 024477 -0004   56               
    
    Confidently predicted to be between Delta Cetus and 84 Cetus (RA=02h40m, 
    Dec=0) at 2145 UT on 050117 and 17.3 minutes later per day. Visible to the West 
    at least 5 minutes earlier, and to the East for about 5 minutes after.
    
    It is drifting westwards in Longitude, and should be visible from 
    America in about 2 weeks.
    
    Mike Waterman      mike.waterman@web-hq.com
    Site Yateley = COSPAR 2115 =  51.3286N  0.7950W  75m (reference OSGB36).
    
    
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