obs TiPS and 83060C

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Fri May 14 2004 - 00:13:06 EDT

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    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040514021453840 17 25 1706843+654326 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040514021529400 17 25 1650893+561972 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040514021545030 17 25 1646343+520560 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040514021549880 17 25 1645207+504813 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040514021632630 17 25 1637581+393675 38
    14139 83 060C   8539 G 20040514022234400 17 25 1439449+281751 38
    14139 83 060C   8539 G 20040514022242230 17 25 1440390+302893 38
    14139 83 060C   8539 G 20040514022305460 17 25 1443444+372140 38
    14139 83 060C   8539 G 20040514022422380 17 25 1503684+593245 38
    14139 83 060C   8539 G 20040514022333630 17 25 1448819+453996 38
    
    
    At 2.23.52 UTC another sat overtook #14139. IdSat was used to id  it as
    #70025HJ / #04988
    #14139 had a heading of 347 azimuth and visual angular velocity of .29
    degree per second , and  #04988 had a heading of 351 with visual angular
    velocity of .37 degree per second.
    That was a fun first sighting for me.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -4 UTC
    
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
    
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