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Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Sun, 14 Nov 1999 00:19:20 +0100

On Nov.13 at about 17:07:30 (+-0.5 min) I noticed an object at around
RA 22:45 +26 decl. moving in direction 160 degrees or so.
Its magnitude was around 4, but faded to naked eye invisibility.
Some 15 seconds later it brightened around 22:40 +18, then a third time
near 22:40 +10.

Time and track matches 98-66D 25530 Ir84, but how about appearance?

91-56B 21656 Meteor 3-5 rk is close, but on a steeper track.

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