8539 obs nov 9

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Tue Nov 09 2004 - 22:06:12 EST

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    23908 96 029C   8539 G 20041109234409370 17 25 1849824+324092 38
    23862 96 029D   8539 G 20041109234430790 17 25 1855977+400822 38
    23936 96 029E   8539 G 20041109234658650 17 25 2253173+841507 38
    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041110002604560 17 25 1906764+360748 38
    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041110002611690 17 25 1857790+381502 38
    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041110002712090 17 25 1730122+521280 38
    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041110002744560 17 25 1637946+560703 38
    14180 83 056G   8539 G 20041110003947190 17 25 2220827+120943 38
    14180 83 056G   8539 G 20041110004016930 17 25 2236324+062867 38
    
    The clock I use to set my stopwatch has not received radio signal. Not sure
    when it was last updated.
    
    Tonight I again enjoyed watching Noss 2-3 trips. Trying to get points on
    them is a challenge. When the elevation gets low enough all 3 can be visible
    in my 1.4 degree telescopic field of view at the same time.
    
    While tracking #14180 I saw a dim 10 mag moving slow to east at 00.41.47 UTC
    and was able to id as
    ARIANE 1 DEB
    1 26924U 84023J   03227.81589095 -.00000092 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 01094
    2 26924 008.1580 095.7200 6715572 182.1883 171.7113 02.52015787038610
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -5
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
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