Orion 3, et al.

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Sat Jul 21 2001 - 16:19:22 PDT

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    Orion 3 (25727, 99-024A) is still doing its great flashes on the
    first pass of the evening, so I hope that someone else along the 
    track is seeing them.  If so, please report!  Some other 
    observations last night:
    
    22081, Cosmos 2208 Rk -- not easy due to flat max
    92- 53 B 01-07-21 03:01:39.9 EC   73.6 2.0  12  6.1   
    
    22781, GPS 2-22 PKM -- very fast moving, perigee pass
    93- 54 C 01-07-21 03:06:11.6 EC   50.4 1.0  10  5.0   
    
    23031, USA 102 -- some very bright flashes (never seen it before?)
    94- 17 B 01-07-21 03:15:30.9 EC   43.5 1.0   7  6.2   
    
    24836, Iridium 914 -- some very nice double flashes!
    97- 30 A 01-07-21 04:31:40.3 EC   62.2 0.5   8  7.8   some dbl maxima   
    
    19397, Gorizont 16 -- getting fairly far west now
    88- 71 A 01-07-21 05:11:38.0 EC 1625.5 0.3  17 95.62  
    
    BCRC location: 30.3157N, 97.8663W, 280m.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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