Observations, 06-04, UT.

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Sun Jun 04 2000 - 16:14:10 PDT

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    I did not see the USA 89 rocket (22519) at 01:39:26.8.  It was no help
    that no constellations were recognizable in half of the sky.  The target
    just happened to spend all of its time there.  If only I had darker
    skies!!
    
    I saw the Cosmos 2219 rocket (22220) at 01:50:53.3.  Very bright in my
    7x35 binoculars; indeed, even visible naked-eye (that's exceptionally
    rare for any sat!) !!
    
    Jonathan Wojack 
    tlj18@juno.com
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