Iridium obs 971018

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Sun, 19 Oct 1997 20:46:45 +0200

As it turned out I did after all see 97 34 F. The possible identified UNID in
my previous message as 93-38D, turned out to be 97- 34 F when I ran the newest
tle's. As it is not a true Iridium, but the rocket that launched them I'll 
report this obs with my other regular observations.
So I did see all of the 97- 34 launch at the same day!

NORAD  date      time  Dir aI eI aM  eM  aS  eS Phs Dur Mag  Obs COSPAR Ir
xxxxx yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss x xxx xx xxx xx xxx -xx xxx  tt Sn.n III yynnnx xx
24870 97-10-18 18:23    S         72 45 xxx -16 xxx      S5  LB  97034B 17
24873 97-10-18 18:24    S         95 47 xxx -17 xxx      S5  LB  97034E 21
24869 97-10-18 18:33:44 S 126 42  95 52 xxx -18 xxx       3  LB  97034A 15
24871 97-10-18 18:43:07 S 142 43  55 59 xxx -20 xxx  10   1  LB  97034C 18
24872 97-10-18 18:51    S        107 72 xxx -21 xxx      5-6 LB  97034D 20
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Greetings and clear skies
Leo Barhorst       Alkmaar    The Netherlands
52.65 North        4.47 East  3 m ASL
Every day I wonder about what I see in the sky