8539 obs March 19

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sun Mar 19 2006 - 22:55:24 EST

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    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060320010227800 17 25 0740009+090567 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20060320010312030 17 25 0716431+291463 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20060320010829800 17 25 0815848+024820 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20060320010857990 17 25 0802569-061988 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20060320010905840 17 25 0759313-083361 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20060320010920160 17 25 0753980-121744 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20060320010926660 17 25 0751360-135416 38
    14143 83 056C   8539 G 20060320014411050 17 25 1233626+511458 38
    14143 83 056C   8539 G 20060320014500910 17 25 1226038+395368 38
    14143 83 056C   8539 G 20060320014508010 17 25 1225376+382070 38
    
    I tracked Activnyi  #20261 starting 5 degree under Cor Corali, alpha 2 Canes
    Venatici. My notes say it was called In-Cosmos 24 when I saw #20261 on
    December 3, 1999.
    
    DELTA 1 R/B(2) *  #02971 had an altitude of 638 miles when I picked it up in
    telescope almost 3 degrees under Sirius, alpha Canis Major. One of a couple
    of eccentric sats seen tonight.
    
    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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