Telstar 401 observations by Brad Young

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Sat Nov 12 2005 - 16:58:37 EST

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    Brad Young is having problems, trying to get his message, to post to seesat.
    
    He says he's getting an "enriched text" bounce from seesat... message
    
    Not sure why it don't accept his message.
    
    Anyway's here's his message on observering Telstar 401
    
    
    Also saw Telstar 401 again last night - much better conditions. At what would have been flash #5 a
    stream of clouds blew through but was gone by #6. The clouds must have been travelling 100 mph or
    have been very low because at one point most of the sky was covered!
     
    93-077A, 22927, Telstar 401,
    
    Date Nov 12, 2005
    Conditions fair except for miss at #5 during cloud blowby
    All except #1 (naked eye) with 10x50 binos
      Time UT Mag   Position 
    
    1 3:51:59   +2    none
    2 3:53:33   +2    none
    3 3:55:07   +2    23 h 29 m -13.6 d 
    4 3:56:42   +3    23 h 41 m -13.6 d
    5 missed
    6 3:59:51   +4    23 h 44 m -13.6 d
    7 4:01:26   +4    23 h 46 m -13.6 d
    8 4:03:00   +5    23 h 47 m -13.6 d
    9 4:04:35   +6    23 h 48 m -13.6 d
    10 4:06:10  +7.5 23 h 50 m -13.5 d
    
    Brad
    36.1397 N
    95.9838 W
    201 m
    
    
    
    
    		
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