SATOBS 2009 January 02

From: Peter Wakelin (Peter@ascotrig.demon.co.uk)
Date: Sat Jan 03 2009 - 10:55:51 UTC

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    Several attempts to see 91132 / 08-859A between 2200 and
    0030UTC were unsuccessful.  Conditions were good so it
    must have been very faint.  I scanned several degrees east
    of predicted position in case the westward drift had stopped
    since the last observation.  I took an exposure near to
    Polaris and could see near-stationary stars to mag 14.
    
    SATOBS
    080100120180901022113153   01   12020280  +45041   2  5
    080100120180901022115143   01   12020482  +45343   2  5
    080100120180901022118373   01   12020821  +46248   2  5
    080100120180901022121113   01   12021074  +47013   2  5
    058640120180901022128241   01   12152261  +55078   2  5
    058640120180901022130581   01   12152561  +55120   2  5
    058640120180901022136200   01   12153192  +55196   2  5
    965310120180901022217189   01   12063662  -01067   2  5
    965310120180901022220175   01   12063971  -01119   2  5
    965310120180901022223159   01   12064279  -01174   2  5
    965310120180901022225149   01   12064487  -01212   2  5
    965390120180901022240146   01   12040302  +05312   2  5
    965390120180901022243481   01   12040667  +05391   2  5
    965390120180901022251091   01   12041422  +05548   2  5
    999
    
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/UKformat.html
    
    
    -- 
    Peter Wakelin
    COSPAR 2018 GUNDLETON,  Lat 51.0945N   Long 1.1188W  124m
    
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