Ted Molczan's object #80000 OBS

Walter Nissen (dk058@cleveland.Freenet.Edu)
Tue, 14 May 1996 12:07:20 -0400

Last evening I informed Ron Coursen of Ashtabula, Ohio, USA, that, among 
other things, he might expect a new NOSS cluster, or its r/b, or 
something, at about 53 over 123 headed S->N at about 960514 0912, with a 
possible error of many minutes.  I also provided QuickSat's E/W parameter 
of 1.7 degrees/minute.  He reports seeing an object consistent with the 
anticipation at 0912, flashing with a 6-second period, and a second bright 
object following in its path at 0914, flashing like a flash-cube, with a 
1-second period. 
 
Thanks to Ted Molczan and Bjorn Gimle for (essentially) this elset: 
NOSS 2-3 r      15.0  4.0  0.0  4.2        tm 
1 80000U 80000  A 96133.89722222  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    05 
2 80000  63.4175 273.4170 0291700 163.0000 322.0000 15.33000000    08

Cheers.

Walter Nissen                   dk058@cleveland.freenet.edu