5919 obs 2006-03-24

From: Björn Gimle (bg_26934@glocalnet.net)
Date: Fri Mar 24 2006 - 16:08:53 EST

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    All obs from the first USA 129 pass, two from the following pass
    (lost behind trees),
    the single obs of USA 186 first pass, and one from the low W 
    (descending) pass:
    
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20060324183050880 17 25 1312848+274268 87 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20060324183116760 17 25 1337462+361769 54 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 G 20060324183148380 17 25 1430094+435463 38 S
    28888 05 042A   5919 G 20060324184628160 17 25 1417092+344169 19 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 E 20060324200710820 17 25 0801618+045468 48 S
    24680 96 072A   5919 E 20060324200843200 17 25 0549452+391064 18 S
    28888 05 042A   5919 E 20060324202427430 17 25 0249163+255232 68 S
    
    I forgot to mention that the forecasted snow
    DID come - in the afternoon, but there were
    patches of blu sky, and the Sun was
    occasionally seen.
    After sunset it cleared some, and by the
    second pass of USA 129 it had become the
    best night this year. A proof that our
    weathermen don't help me prepare for a night!
    
    -- Björn Gimle                                        --
    -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2615 N, 18.6206 E, 33 m  --
    -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m  --
    -- COSPAR 5920, FRUVIK,   59.3260 N, 18.4820 E, 11 m  --
    
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