8539 obs June 18

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sun Jun 18 2006 - 01:24:02 EDT

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    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20060618022331060 17 25 1349334+174161 38
    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20060618022335870 17 25 1352526+164320 38
    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20060618022420120 17 25 1419134+080588 38
    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20060618022444580 17 25 1431847+033956 38
    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20060618022504920 17 25 1441508+000968 38
    20691 90 050C   8539 G 20060618023129370 17 25 1750555+565036 38
    20691 90 050C   8539 G 20060618023149810 17 25 1754470+512711 38
    20691 90 050C   8539 G 20060618023212920 17 25 1758679+452915 38
    
    Also took points on 20692 but cannot resolve.
    Did something wrong and missed seeing 28888 again tonight.
    But I did see several eccentric sats that I hadn't seen before.
    And the ISS.
    Meteor 1-31 was id with Idsat as the fast flashing unknown seen at approx
    147 az 62 el heading south at 2.16.00 UTC.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
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