5919 obs 2005-03-24

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Thu Mar 24 2005 - 16:04:32 EST

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    A massive cloud bank prevented me from observing USA 129 and IGS 1A
    in the NW, and USA 161 emerged from shadow just before the approaching
    front, so all I got was a 2.5 degree appulse at eps Her.
    
    28541 05 004C   5919 F 20050324194212120 17 25 1416683+460495 38 S
    28537 05 004A   5919 F 20050324194205660 17 25 1415930+460585 38 S
    28537 05 004A   5919 F 20050324194351190 17 25 1431777+263588 78 S
    28541 05 004C   5919 F 20050324194357160 17 25 1432617+264301 78 S
    26934 01 044A   5919 F 20050324204430870 17 25 1707823+290192 29 S
    (binocular obs)
     What these numbers mean: http://www.algonet.se/~b_gimle/IODprograms.htm
    
    I knew that ELCOR could diverge, but was disappointed to find that it could
    also converge to a "solution" for a 9 day interval with MM within 0.002 and
    position errors of 3-6 degrees, when an "exect" solution was so close
    (and could be verified once Mike found it with fitelem)
    
    /Björn
    
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