8539 obs July 18

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@verizon.net)
Date: Sun Jul 18 2010 - 04:58:28 UTC

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    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20100718020243220 17 25 1321341+544785 38
    28646 05 016A   8539 G 20100718020254010 17 25 1328828+595570 38
    24680 96 072A   8539 G 20100718020358090 17 25 1336940+562284 38
    24680 96 072A   8539 G 20100718020419340 17 25 1258364+613711 38
    24680 96 072A   8539 G 20100718020424720 17 25 1247250+624391 38
    20692 90 050D   8539 G 20100718020549910 17 25 1453798+320296 38
    20692 90 050D   8539 G 20100718020611780 17 25 1514420+430224 38
    28647 05 016B   8539 G 20100718023124890 17 25 1451388+134028 38
    28647 05 016B   8539 G 20100718023157340 17 25 1602519-003284 38
    28647 05 016B   8539 G 20100718023223940 17 25 1649873-103201 38
    28647 05 016B   8539 G 20100718023228870 17 25 1657658-121092 38
    28647 05 016B   8539 G 20100718023239240 17 25 1712542-150985 38
    
    28647 was going into shadow on the last point near eta Ophiuchus. I was able 
    to see it in telescope 2 degrees past where Skymap showed it invisible in 
    the shadow. It was 1 second early on a 10 day old elset.
    I had more to see but clouds did not permit.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft.  -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean : http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
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