RE: 2005MAR7-8.OBS

From: Ted Molczan (
Date: Wed Mar 09 2005 - 15:58:21 EST

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    Russell Eberst wrote:
    > According to my (admittedly unreliable) accounting, I reached 
    > an observing milestone when I completed my 200,000 lifetime 
    > observations at around 05:10 U.T.
    Your 200,000 observations were a labour of love that made a huge contribution to
    human knowledge. 
    During the first three decades of the space age, they helped make possible the
    rapid scientific advances in understanding of Earth's upper atmosphere and its
    gravity field. 
    Today, and always, your accurate magnitude observations provide the basis for
    the reliable brightness predictions that help many thousands of people around
    the world enjoy our wonderful hobby.
    Congratulations Russell, and thank you.
    Ted Molczan
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