LRE H-2 Rk; NOSS 2-1 bright

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Sat Jul 03 2004 - 06:11:05 EDT

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    Mike was watching 90003 when a bright one crossed the field 
    of view.  He later identified it as LRE H-2 Rk (01-038B, 
    26899).  It was quite asymmetrical, very interesting.  It
    might have been as bright as +4.5.  PPAS:
    
    01- 38 B 04-07-03 03:59:57   EC  129.7 0.5   7 18.5   +5->i asymm
    
    Here are clicks; note that two sharp flashes were about 4.8 
    seconds apart:
    
    2.77, 7.27, 3.73, 4.79
    10.99, 2.77, 4.79
    11.12, 2.60, 4.80
    37.02
    13.72, 4.77
    13.83, 4.75
    
    NOSS 2-1 trio (90-050C,D,E; 20691, 20692, 29642) was visible
    in the northeast, north of and through Lyra, without binoculars 
    in spite of the moonlight.  The outlier (object E) was brightest.
    
    BCRC: 30.315N, 97.866W, 280m.
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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