NEW FLASHER; SL-12 r Decay Not Seen

JAY RESPLER (jrespler@injersey.com)
Mon, 5 May 1997 23:48:17 -0400 (EDT)

Just found this one flashing about once per second:

94- 38 E 97-04-27 09:04      JHR  30   1    30  1     mag4 @225mis az330 el31
94- 38 E 97-04-30 04:08      JHR  30   1    30  1     flicker about 1x/sec

JHR:   Jay Respler, Freehold NJ, USA

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With these predictions using all of Alan's elements, I looked for the pass with
the smallest TIM.  Nothing seen through thin clouds from 4:24-4:28am

  40.283  74.233  129.   JAY RESPLER              1950 11.0  3 F T T T T
***  1997 Apr  30  Wed morning  *** Times are AM EDT  ***  2041  5 6
 
 H  M  S Tim Azi ElC Dir  Mag Dys F  Hgt Shd  Rng  R A  Dec RCS  Name
 4 25 18  .3  42 38  107 20.6   0 0  258 168  402 2321 57.4      SL-12 r (aux m
 4 25 53  .3  65 29C 121 21.5   0 0  257 187  483 2322 36.7
 4 26 11  .6  57 24C 111 21.4   0 0  175  98  395  0 5 39.9
 4 26 31  .1  80 33C 140 22.1   0 0  461 414  760 2235 27.5



Jay Respler
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