TJM obs of 2007 May 14 UTC

From: Ted Molczan (molczanssl@rogers.com)
Date: Mon May 14 2007 - 00:59:23 EDT

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    30772 07 006A   2701 G 20070514022330100 17 25 0805997+272927 77 S
    30772 07 006A   2701 G 20070514040240150 17 25 0854337+415178 28 S
    
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    Site 2701: 43.68764 N, 79.39243 W, 230 m
    
    I saw 07006A on two consecutive passes. 07006C / 30774 was visible on the first
    pass, but too faint on the second pass. 
    
    I have revised my estimate of the angular distance by which 07006C trailed
    07006A on the first pass, to about 0.4 deg. This was at range near 600 km;
    therefore, separation was about 4 km.
    
    07006A was at least 2 mag brighter than 07006C, and orange-red coloured.
    
    I looked for 07631A / 91117 from 02:53 to 03:12 UTC using the following
    elements, but did not see it: 
    
    1 91117U 07631A   07132.53574934  .00000587  00000-0  12695-1 0    06
    2 91117  50.8982 161.6114 4883067 244.9397  57.5096  5.07303856    06
    
    It was predicted to be about magnitude 8.3. I could see stars at least 1 mag
    fainter.
    
    Ted Molczan
    
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