Re: 96- 04 B

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Tue Jul 11 2000 - 13:27:41 PDT

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    Ed Cannon wrote:
    One of them, Cosmos 2327 Rk (96-004B, 23774) was tumbling very
    nicely with a period of about 8.5 seconds.  This seems to be 
    significantly different from the online PPAS recent observations
    data, which are from 1999.  Here's a PPAS format report:
    
    96-  4 B 00-07-11 04:39:39   EC  161.4 0.5  19  8.50  
    
    
    This is in good agreement of my obs this year; see the PPAS
    entries below. Some of the obs are double period.
    
    96-  4 B 00-01-08 18:20:03   LB  109.9 0.5  15  7.33  AA, 4->i
    96-  4 B 00-01-09 05:09:47   LB  150.9 0.5  10 15.1   AA, 4->8
    96-  4 B 00-01-09 18:46:24   LB  178.1 0.5  24  7.42  AA, 4->i
    96-  4 B 00-04-01 20:29:24   LB  109.2 0.5   6 18.2   AA, 4->7
    96-  4 B 00-04-07 19:37:43   LB   73.3 0.5   5 14.7   AA, 4->i
    96-  4 B 00-06-02 01:43:22   LB   70.5 0.5  10  7.1   AA, 4->i
    96-  4 B 00-06-16 23:30      LB                       S, 4
    96-  4 B 00-06-30 22:40:50   LB   88.2 0.5  11  8.01  AA, 4->i
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL
    
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