Lacrosse 4 obs

From: John A. Dormer 2 (jad@texas.net)
Date: Wed May 30 2007 - 00:28:14 EDT

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    It's been a while since I last put any observations into the pool, so
    here is one hastily-collected one in prose form.
    
    Lacrosse 4 seen disappearing in umbra at 23:09:15.3 CDT +- 0.2s, from my
    location at 30d8m42.6sN 97d52m43.8sW/30.145167 -97.878833 220m WGS84.
    This was about four seconds late from the shadow-entry prediction from
    Heavens-Above. CDT = GMT - 5h.
    
    I know this is not as good as star-passage, but by the time I got my
    binoculars up, Lacrosse 4 was already past Beta Ursa Major.
    
    	John
    
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