5919 obs 2005-03-30

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Wed Mar 30 2005 - 18:19:11 EST

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    In addition to the accurate positions below, I also saw and identified
    #19120, #07297 and #18025
    By a strange coincidence, #07297 again passed my 1.8 degree FOV
    just while I was identifying the asterisms I selected for the 15071 pass.
    The same thing happened yesterday!
    
    Still UNID is 20:11:03.31 RA 16:02 +58:34'  / 20:13:36.29    23:23 +42:25'
    (2000)
    
    24680 96 072A   5919 E 20050330194500810 17 25 0144607+571475 18 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 E 20050330194509880 17 25 0109560+544649 97 S
    07297 74 032A   5919 E 20050330210149240 17 25 1748111+355906 77 S
    15071 84 065C   5919 E 20050330211832140 17 25 1748642+363310 47 F+070 10
    001500
    This USA 3 position is according to my notes immediately after the obs
    There is a slight possibility that it passed the other side of a triplet:
    15071 84 065C   5919 E 20050330211832140 17 25 1749073+363714 37 F
    
    I measured five flash periods between the position and shadow entry,
    and got remarkably consistent 1.50 s
    
    What these numbers mean: http://www.algonet.se/~b_gimle/IODprograms.htm
    
      -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2576 N, 18.6172 E, 23 m         --
      -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m         --
    
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