8539 obs Nov 7

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@verizon.net)
Date: Mon Nov 08 2010 - 01:43:31 UTC

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    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20101107230222500 17 25 1641905+312608 38
    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20101107230231020 17 25 1703174+343006 38
    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20101107230237710 17 25 1724027+370355 38
    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20101107230245060 17 25 1752689+395972 38
    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20101107230352380 17 25 0009457+293195 29
    23533 95 015A   8539 G 20101107231447830 17 25 1930757+275792 38
    23533 95 015A   8539 G 20101107231516380 17 25 1900565+395010 38
    23533 95 015A   8539 G 20101107231520850 17 25 1854870+413610 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20101107232900850 17 25 1818220+542178 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20101107232916380 17 25 1838478+524525 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20101107232933960 17 25 1900643+504009 38
    11731 80 019C   8539 G 20101107233012650 17 25 1943588+444294 38
    
    I started tracking 36514 in telescope at zeta hercules. The last point on 
    36514 was the only one taken unaided eye passing near Alpheratz, alpha 
    andromeda.
    The 1st point on 23533 was an appulse on the dimmer of the Albireo double, 
    beta 2 cygnus.
    11731 was 2 seconds early on 2 day old elset.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft. -5 UTC
    What these numbers mean : http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
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