NOSS 2-3

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Mon Jul 14 2003 - 05:12:41 EDT

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    In spite of the moonlight, NOSS 2-3 has been visible without 
    magnification on at least three nights lately.  Recently the 
    outlier seems always to be the brightest of the three.  
    Saturday evening we saw two fairly bright passes, which is 
    unusual for here.
    
    Superbird A is getting low in the west from here.
    
    Here are PPAS reports for a couple of Centaurs, Intelsat 501 
    Rk (12497) and Intelsat 4-F3 Rk (06779):
    
    81- 50 B 03-07-13 02:27:41   EC  107.3 0.4  15  7.15  +3.0->inv
    71-116 B 03-07-13 03:04:59   EC   93.3 0.4  10  9.33  +3.0->inv
    
    For another one, Fleetsatcom 4 Rk (80-087B, 12069), I got 
    these:  12.18, 13.38, 12.29, 13.71, 12.29, 13.35, 12.06 -- 
    and wish I'd have gotten more.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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