#25544 Observation

scribble (scribble@eisa.net.au)
Mon, 23 Nov 1998 05:42:48 +1100

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Further Greetings,


This time we've got Zarya on a favorable pass, steady, as you would =
expect :), fairly bright...  Culmination conveniently close to Sirius =
and equal in magnitude to the same.  18:19:00 UTC +/- 1 sec.  =
Illumination calculated at 82%.  I hope this gives everyone some =
indication of expected magnitudes.  An easy naked eye object even in a =
very bright sky (well past the onset of nautical twighlight @ 17:40 =
UTC). =20

Elset, again from OIG, as follows:

ISS
1 25544U 98067A 98326.52081105 .00154651 20197-4 34441-3 0 175
2 25544 51.5946 156.4659 0074392 102.4416 258.4952 15.92539511 366

L8r

Jason Gibson
Melbourne Australia
37.9803 S    145.0623 E    40m=20


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Further Greetings,
 
 
This time we've got Zarya on a favorable pass, = steady, as you=20 would expect :), fairly bright...  Culmination conveniently close = to Sirius=20 and equal in magnitude to the same.  18:19:00 UTC +/- 1 sec. =20 Illumination calculated at 82%.  I hope this gives everyone some = indication=20 of expected magnitudes.  An easy naked eye object even in a very = bright sky=20 (well past the onset of nautical twighlight @ 17:40 UTC).  =
 
Elset, again = from OIG, as=20 follows:
 
ISS
1 25544U 98067A = 98326.52081105 .00154651 20197-4 34441-3 0 175
2 = 25544 51.5946=20 156.4659 0074392 102.4416 258.4952 15.92539511=20 366 
 
L8r

Jason Gibson
Melbourne = Australia
37.9803=20 S    145.0623 E    40m=20
 
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