8539 obs may 20

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Wed May 19 2004 - 23:13:48 EDT

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    11852 80 052C   8539 G 20040520013807560 17 25 1443997+272939 38
    11852 80 052C   8539 G 20040520013820180 17 25 1436902+242775 38
    11852 80 052C   8539 G 20040520013920990 17 25 1409339+101415 38
    11852 80 052C   8539 G 20040520013945180 17 25 1400078+045343 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040520014540390 17 25 1346368-020575 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040520014610790 17 25 1356258-071745 38
    23937 96 029F   8539 G 20040520014634740 17 25 1403454-105809 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20040520020956160 17 25 1019628+091654 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20040520021040060 17 25 1038734+255047 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20040520021047060 17 25 1042613+285450 38
    
    
    I try to estimate magnitude of stars in telescope to identify my points.
    Tonight I guessed to bright on all stars. It was very clear before fog moved
    in.
    
    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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