More november 28 observations

From: Tony Beresford (starman@camtech.net.au)
Date: Tue Nov 28 2000 - 05:53:55 PST

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    In IOD format      
    23097 94 026A   8597 F 20001128130458800 27 25 0317300-664900 48 S+055 05       
    23097 94 026A   8597 F 20001128131120100 27 25 0502250-091500 48 S+065 05       
    24680 96 072A   8597 F 20001128132701400 27 25 2246000-510000 48 I+040 05       
    96 72A had a glint to mag 0 or better, that lasted about 0.25 seconds,
    just after the given position.
    I have noticed it nearly always exihibits such behaviour
    in that part of sky, just a little to east of beta grus
    Tony Beresford 8597, -34.9638, 138.6333E,100m ASL
    
    
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