GRO Good-Bye

From: Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
Date: Thu Jun 01 2000 - 19:36:59 PDT

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    We had one final good GRO pass here tonight (see elset and predictions
    from Ed Cannon appended below).  Near the end of the pass, GRO flared
    to about magnitude -0.5 then suddenly winked out when it entered shadow.
    That was a coincidence, of course, but a fitting good-bye nevertheless...
    
    --Sue Worden (worden@fc.net)
      Austin, Texas, USA
      30.35 N by 97.75 W
    
    > GRO
    > 1 21225U 91027B   00153.63041372  .00006814  00000-0  19541-4 0  8268
    > 2 21225  28.4657  85.7684 0173094 162.2709 198.4439 15.71598622391057
    >
    >   30.314  97.866  920.   BCRC, Austin, Texas      2000  2.5 12 F F T T T
    >  
    > ***  2000 June  1  Thu evening  *** Times are PM CDT  ***  2117  541
    >  
    >  H  M  S  Tim Al Azi C Dir  Mag Dys F  Hgt Shd  Rng  EW Phs  R A   Dec
    >  
    > 21225 Gamma-Ray Obs  91 27B   7.7 5.0 4.6  56   2.0 
    >  9 13  4   .0 30 244   310  2.2   0 8  197 168  369 1.7 111  859  -4.3
    >  9 13 34   .0 41 225   297  1.3   0 8  194 149  289 2.7  93 1015  -7.9
    >  9 14  4   .0 47 187 C 269  0.7   0 8  192 125  256 3.6  65 12 7 -12.2
    >  9 14 33   .0 40 149   241  0.7   0 8  190  98  287 3.0  38 14 3 -14.2
    >  9 15  3   .0 29 130   229  1.2   0 8  188  67  365 2.0  20 1523 -14.1
    
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