8539 obs march 5

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sun Mar 06 2005 - 00:49:47 EST

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    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20050306003300840 17 25 0432060+000270 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20050306003317320 17 25 0431404-045289 38
    25725 99 023B   8539 G 20050306005951960 17 25 0545854-154415 38
    25725 99 023B   8539 G 20050306010013280 17 25 0549924-152667 38
    25725 99 023B   8539 G 20050306010101890 17 25 0559675-144550 38
    25725 99 023B   8539 G 20050306010207390 17 25 0613445-134701 38
    21809 91 076E   8539 G 20050306022848190 17 25 0332932+445202 38
    
    I made an error in my set up for the Noss 3-3 pair near beta Eridanus and
    ended up only seeing #28541 and then quickly losing it in my tracking. Plus
    missed the rocket a little bit later. These were all to be 1st time sighting
    for me tonight.
    
    I missed seeing TiPS 2.5 degree east of Polaris at 1.57.09 UT. I was
    watching for a minute before and after thru telescope. Not sure what I did
    wrong there.
    
    I did see the Noss 2-2 triplets go thru the Pleiades and then got back up to
    the 1st two and got 1 point on #21809.
    
    While tracking #09415 an unknown was seen in fov at 0.33.27 UT and then
    another unknown was seen in fov at 0.34.31 UT. The 1st one was id as #27474
    #02037E and the 2nd one was id as #24721 #97005B.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -5 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
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