JN 9633 obs July 16 addendum on 32379

From: Jim Nix (jim@sat-tracks.org)
Date: Fri Jul 16 2010 - 13:07:01 UTC

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      After several attempts to acquire USA 198 rk, looking two minutes before and after prediction, at four target locations it turns out that an UNID
    I observed near Beta Drac a few minutes before going to the first target area near Gamma Drac may in fact be 32379.  Rough position below, if it is
    it's running almost three minutes early on the latest elset.
    32379 07 060B   9633 F 20100716093713000 37 25 1732214+523853 29 S+080 10
    32379: 0.123 deg X-track; 172.398 s early, relative 26.39 day old elset:
    I will try to confirm, weather permitting, tommorrow.
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