4641 SATOBS 30 JUL 2012.

From: alberto rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Tue Jul 31 2012 - 14:37:39 UTC

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    24680 96 072A   4641 F 20120730191232990 17 24 1830350-145413 18
    24680 96 072A   4641 F 20120730191327000 17 24 1829420-010323 18
    24680 96 072A   4641 F 20120730191905630 17 24 0555619+670070 37
    38007 11 076A   4641 F 20120730212327140 17 24 1518073+294779 37 S+060 05
    38009 11 076C   4641 F 20120730212340450 17 24 1517230+294280 18 S+065 05
    
    11 076A and 11 076C observed h=44 Az=272.
    I agree with Brad Young. Elisa satellites are brighter when observed west of
    local meridian. One magnitude or more.
    
    Alberto Rango, Bari (Italy),  4641  41.1067N  016.9008E  35 mt.  
    
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