Kiku 4 and other obs

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sat Jul 06 2002 - 02:44:00 EDT

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    Friday night July 5,2002 saw #13492 / #82087A Kiku 4 at xi draco 04.10.30
    UTC heading NE in 10 x 50 binocs, faint with clear viewing for a change.
    NOAA 17 / #27453  03.19.15 UTC between alpha and eta bootes. Iridium 98 / #
    27451 under alpha lyra, alias Vega, 03.22.50 UTC and Iridium 97 / #27450
    between rho and 69 hercules 03.31.42 UTC heading south. Cosmos 2266 / #22888
    / #93070A at alpha corona borealis 02.54.19 UTC. An unknown sighted at 1
    degree from zeta hercules inside the keystone at 02.55.35 UTC with binocs,
    was id as  #27001 #01056A Meteor 3M-1. Another unknown sighted 1 power
    1degree under alpha corona borealis heading 160 az estimated, 156 azimuth
    per IDSat, id as Cosmos 2082 rocket #20625 #90046B. Fun night. Clear, cool
    54 F. Twilight Zone marathon on SciFi channel saw Commander Kirk on the
    airplane with a gremlin on the wing at 22.30.00 UTC, time approx. The
    monster was not as scary as the first time I saw it  when it was first
    aired. Classic. Remake with John Lithglow also excellent. Cbers 1 / #25940
    seen 3d under gamma cygnus 02.34.00 UTC, in thirty.tle
    Lat 39.4697 Lon -79.3393 Alt 2573 ft
    
    
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