8539 obs of Odin

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sat Nov 13 2004 - 23:37:27 EST

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    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041113232836180 17 25 0144347+481245 38
    24753 97 012A   8539 G 20041113232854310 17 25 0202847+542861 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20041113235407660 17 25 2339238+463252 38
    09415 76 091A   8539 G 20041113235413240 17 25 2331843+440439 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20041114000154090 17 25 2054687+653783 38
    11389 79 050A   8539 G 20041114000331660 17 25 1431152+752166 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114000644490 17 25 0205851+891279 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114000756840 17 25 0140219+730223 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114000823370 17 25 0141474+662934 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114000904930 17 25 0143777+555264 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114001057140 17 25 0150618+285609 38
    16623 86 014D   8539 G 20041114001120430 17 25 0152176+240701 38
    13845 83 008F   8539 G 20041114001653790 17 25 2142569+104936 38
    13845 83 008F   8539 G 20041114001716740 17 25 2207631+214300 38
    
    At 23.03.13 UTC a bright unknown was seen 1x several degrees under alpha
    pegasus and was watched till faded out just past beta cassiopeia. It reached
    a 0 mag for 10 seconds. Was id as Odin  #26702 #01007A  using Idsat. Rare to
    see something so bright I hadn't seen before.
    A beautiful clear night. ISS seen early, 1st time with new crew.  HST
    watched thru trees a little later, at 19 degrees in the south highest
    elevation I get.
    
    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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