Missouri Observations

From: Pinizzotto,Russell (ZZOTTO@mail.nwmissouri.edu)
Date: Wed Jul 31 2002 - 18:38:06 EDT

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    It seems like I was watching 27006 last night at the same time as Tom in
    Iowa.  It was a great pass and my notes say "irregular double flash
    sequence."  At some point I'll start doing accurate timings.
    
    I also saw an unexpected flasher in Lyra on 30 July at approximately 03:30
    UT.  I identified it as EROS-A1(26631)using The Sky and the McCants tle
    file.  It flashed twice to easy unaided eye, maybe +1, and then was quite
    invisible.
    
    Best Regards,
    Russ Pinizzotto
    40.355N 94.871W UT-5
    
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