Obs for Jan. 19

From: Bill Arnold (barnold86@cableone.net)
Date: Thu Jan 20 2011 - 01:17:42 UTC

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    Greetings,
    
    Even with the "Wolf" Moon, not a bad selection of satellites for viewing.
    
    18822 88 006A   0000 P 20110120002020000 56 
    35938 09 052B   0000 P 20110120002520000 56 
    24792 97 020A   0000 P 20110120002830000 56 
    33397 08 049B   0000 P 20110120003200000 56 
    31598 07 023A   0000 P 20110120003620000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    34712 09 016C   0000 P 20110120004310000 56 
    28646 05 016A   0000 P 20110120004630000 56 
    26907 01 040C   0000 P 20110120004850000 56 
    26905 01 040A   0000 P 20110120004850000 56 
    36036 09 059A   0000 P 20110120005150000 56 
    01668 65 082AF  0000 P 20110120005240000 56 
    
    Regards,
    Bill
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    Woolmarket, Mississippi (USA)
    10X50 Binoculars
    lat. 30:29:07.3 N, long. -89:00:09.7 W, elev. 15 m
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