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From: Ed Cannon (
Date: Mon May 23 2005 - 03:56:58 EDT

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    I wrote:
    >At about 2005/05/22 02:58:90 (+/- .1?) it appeared that the 
    >Hubble Space Telescope (90-037B, 20850) transited Jupiter.  
    >Mike and I were watching from BCRC ....
    The click attempting to catch the apparent transit actually
    was at 2:58:53.90, plus or minus.
    Sunday evening the UFO 8 Centaur (98-016B, 25259) made an
    impressive bright, very low and fast pass -- enough to 
    distract me from ISS for maybe about 30 seconds.
    Just about every time I've tried, I've been able to see DART 
    (05-014A, 28642) pretty easily.  It seems to be orange.  On 
    the other hand, Lacrosse 5 (05-016A, 28646) does not seem 
    yellow-orange like the other Lacrosses.  This is using my 
    8x42 binoculars.
    Hai Yang 1 (02-024A, 27430) had a much more favorable pass 
    and was much brighter, but blow-off cirrus cloud from 
    far-away thunderstorms interfered.  For what they might be 
    worth, I got these clicks (with only the first three not 
    through cloud):  .80, 7.56, 7.46, 4.92, 4.22, 5.33, 2.26, 
    7.45, 8.61 -- the last one at about 4:28:18 on 23 May 2005.
    Ed Cannon - - Austin, Texas, USA
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