Obs June 11 morning

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Sat Jun 10 2000 - 19:34:19 PDT

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    Yesterday evening promised to be a good observation night, but when
    it got dark, high clouds moved in quickly and no obs,
    This morning it was clear and I could do some obs before it became
    too light.
    ISS, 1998- 67 A, made a S, mag 0 pass at 01:05 UT
    
    76- 19 A 00-06-11 01:01:25   LB   92.2 0.2  20  4.61  FF, 5->7, sm, 6
    83-108 B 00-06-11 01:22      LB                       S, 6
    84- 56 B 00-06-11 01:13      LB                       almost S, 5
    86- 37 B 00-06-11 00:54:22   LB  175.2 0.5   2 87.6   AA, 4->7, sm, F, 4
    87-106 B 00-06-11 01:28:09   LB  132.4 0.5   2 66.2   AA, 5->i
    93-  1 B 00-06-11 00:38:15   LB  115.0 1.0   1 115    MM, 5->i
    94- 83 B 00-06-11 00:44:00   LB  144.4 0.5   2 72.2   AA, 4->i
    95- 32 B 00-06-11 01:45      LB                       S, 4
    96- 25 B 00-06-11 01:04      LB                       S, 4
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst                                            557 obs in 2000
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL                10295 obs in PPAS
    
    
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