Observations, UT: 05-03.

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Thu May 04 2000 - 20:02:56 PDT

  • Next message: Ted Molczan: "RE: Observations, UT: 05-03."

    I saw the International Space Station (ISS; 25544) in daylight at
    00:30:58.
    
    I saw the Meteor 1-4 Rocket (04394) at 00:52:45.
    
    I did not see USA 86 (22251) at 01:01:15, considering my element sets
    were 4 to 5 days old, and the object seems to manuever a lot.  Bad
    mistake # 1.
    
    I saw the Cosmos 1441 Rocket (13819) at 01:29:15.
    
    I did not see Mir (16609) since I made mistake # 2- using relatively old
    element sets following three, orbit-changing manuevers!  I just simply
    forgot about this one, too!
    
    Subtracting my forgetfulness and stupidity, I was 3 for 3.
    
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    Jonathan T. Wojack                                                
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