SATOBS 2003 June 19

From: Peter Wakelin (peter@ascotrig.demon.co.uk)
Date: Fri Jun 20 2003 - 04:31:54 EDT

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    96-72A was seen at the expected time in a bright sky but no fixes were obtained.
    Unusually there were TWO very bright flares in the NW only about 20s apart.
    
    I believe 03-09A has manoeuvred slightly.
    
    SATOBS
    0104002201803061921361405  01   12133331  +33388  01  5              6  7      R
    0104003201803061921405852  01   12141599  +50124  02  5              6         S
    0104001201803061921443105  01   12171971  +02083  01  5              6         S
    0104001201803061921443502  01   12172116  +01313  01  5              6         S
    9602904201803061921562078  01   12060135  +65321  01  5              6         S
    9602905201803061921562690  01   12060135  +65321  01  5              6         S
    0300901201803061921591358  01   12150723  -02157  01  5              5         S
    0300901201803061922002671  01   12133138  +37057  02  5              4         S
    999
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    Peter Wakelin 
    COSPAR 2018 GUNDLETON,  Lat 51.0945N  Long 1.1188W  124m
    
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