8539 obs March 20

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb88@comcast.net)
Date: Sat Mar 20 2010 - 04:11:02 UTC

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    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004129670 17 25 0820813+603373 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004328240 17 25 0924454+260696 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004353520 17 25 0931200+200207 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004452450 17 25 0943792+075795 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004529720 17 25 0950202+014829 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004541450 17 25 0952040+000271 38
    13844 83 008E   8539 G 20100320004609990 17 25 0956429-035014 38
    13172 82 041C   8539 G 20100320010216360 17 25 0547961+062622 38
    13172 82 041C   8539 G 20100320010221320 17 25 0543592+084546 38
    13172 82 041C   8539 G 20100320010236920 17 25 0528494+162597 38
    13172 82 041C   8539 G 20100320010252470 17 25 0510874+242420 38
    13172 82 041C   8539 G 20100320010303970 17 25 0455804+302027 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320010929340 17 25 0944515+512185 18
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011101740 17 25 1017575+425752 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011116520 17 25 1022362+413235 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011142200 17 25 1030207+390016 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011201820 17 25 1035935+365588 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011304240 17 25 1052805+302305 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011311300 17 25 1054590+293785 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011335340 17 25 1100603+270385 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011347610 17 25 1103520+254444 38
    22519 92 086C   8539 G 20100320011434990 17 25 1114474+203882 38
    
    Started night tracking Noss 2-2C  21799  91076C, but I have not been able to 
    reduce any points. It was still fairly bright out causing my problem of 
    identifying stars.
    Also observed Noss 1 J   08884  76038J  under alpha Ursa Major prior to 
    going into shadow moving fast. I have not been able to identify the 1 point 
    taken but I believe it was about 3 seconds early on a 5 day old elset.
    Several unknowns seen while observing the above satellites. I will try to 
    identify them later.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
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