Obs May 7 & Superbird A

From: nixj@bellsouth.net
Date: Sat May 06 2000 - 22:41:59 PDT

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    May 07, 2000
    
    20691 90 050C   8936 F 20000507020202360 17 25 1339247+525708 58 S+060 10       
    20692 90 050D   8936 F 20000507020212870 17 25 1337614+524748 58 S+060 10       
    20642 90 050E   8936 F 20000507020229630 17 25 1328983+475140 58 S+060 10       
    21949 92 023A   8936 F 20000507020321630 17 25 1339599+544880 58 S+055 10       
    07816 75 043A   8936 F 20000507020849420 17 25 0738882+303362 58 S+080 10       
    23233 94 057A   8936 F 20000507021426510 17 25 1008178+165940 58 S+060 10       
    23233 94 057A   8936 F 20000507021436700 17 25 1000635+213295 38 S+060 10       
    
    Superbird A, 20040, Missed any flashes before 03:48:50, (peak period 
    estimated around 03:48:30). First five at 2.0 to 3.0 with third appearing 
    to be the most brilliant (*), rest at 3.0 to 4.0 and diminishing.
    
    03:48:50.77
    03:49:01.92, 13.28*, 24.85, 36.26, 47.81, 59.25
    03:50:11.21, 22.29, 45.31
    03:51:09.31
    
    89 -41 A 2000-05-07 03:50:22.29 JN 91.52 .2 08 11.44 3.0->inv F
    		
    Clear & Dark skies----------------------------------------------------------
                |  Raleigh Springs Site-- Clear & hazy
    Jim Nix     |  N.E. Memphis, Tennessee  USA
                |  35.2131N 89.9354W 90.2m        #8936   Lim Mag 8.0    
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