Re: [dsat] KHs

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Thu Mar 27 2003 - 18:02:27 EST

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    I was not able to see USA 129 (or enough reference stars) on the low
    twilight pass over the City.
    19:38 was predicted "exactly" in zenith, were I unfortunately was
    searching because of poor view to the S. Very uncomfortable, missed it,
    and low pointing accuracy for a possibly late pass. I searched until
    19:51.
    
    USA 116 barely seen at 22:16:20.6 UTC  RA 21:07 +45.7 (2000) +- 60'
    22:16:38.0 appulse rho Cyg 21:34.0 +45 48' +- 6'
    
    USA 161 not seen ten minutes later. Afterwards I found I often had the
    predicted track just at the edge of my FOV in 7*50.
    
    UnID over theta Ceph 22:21:45.1 was Rubin 2 rk 02-58F, varied smoothly +7
    to +4 and back.
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    > >
    > > 129 may have a reboost to 14.80 to last about ten weeks (4 min early
    > per day)
    
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