Unid

finn@main.jetnet.ab.ca
Sun, 8 Mar 1998 20:37:22 -0700 (MST)

Despite a glaring moon i was able to observe Cosmos 1222 r coming from the
south heading north. It's angle was 65=B0 to the east of where i stood at
02:56UTC (19:56 local). As i followed it along i spotted a fainter object
coming through the cup of the Big Dipper heading south, approx +4 magnitude,
at basicly the same elevation. The only object i have found that came around
at the same time was Meteor 1-2 r (#04120) but it's path was too low, 20=B0
rather than the 60=B0+ of the unidentified object. Thanks for any assistance
in identifying it.

Jari
54.25=B0N
110.11=B0W
556m