SATOBS 2009 January 26

From: Peter Wakelin (Peter@ascotrig.demon.co.uk)
Date: Tue Jan 27 2009 - 10:25:39 UTC

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    I abandoned 06-27A / USA 198 in favour of following a nearby
    bright object for which I could not find a match.  It
    exhibited a small, long period variability as it headed out
    toward apogee.  Cloud and fog precluded observation beyond
    1.6h.
    
    SATOBS
    060270120180901261822504   01   12022545  +61414   2  5
    060270120180901261825489   01   12022833  +61296   2  5
    060270120180901261828474   01   12023119  +61175   2  5
    990000020180901261822504   01   12022262  +62064   2  5
    990000020180901261837102   01   12024147  +63175   2  5
    990000020180901261840087   01   12024522  +63304   2  5
    990000020180901261845062   01   12025172  +63506   2  5
    990000020180901261853022   01   12030205  +64196   2  5
    990000020180901261903566   01   12031613  +64530   2  5
    990000020180901261919486   01   12033670  +65306   2  5
    990000020180901261934360   01   12035553  +65537   2  5
    990000020180901261943315   01   12040644  +66020   2  5
    990000020180901261951275   01   12041604  +66073   2  5
    990000020180901261954259   01   12041971  +66081   2  5
    990000020180901261957244   01   12042311  +66087   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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