Re: Meteor 2-8 (82-25A, 13113) tumbling?

Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Tue, 12 Oct 1999 03:47:32 -0500

I asked if anyone else had seen Meteor 2-8 (82-25A, 13113) tumbling.  
Sunday night I had a good pass but was unable to find it.  Last night 
there was another pass, and I found it, but it wasn't easy.  It's 
definitely tumbling and does seem to be three maxima plus one flash, 
but I had some difficulty timing it due to its faintness, my shaking 
hands, etc.

82- 25 A 99-10-12 01:51:33.0 EC  182.0 0.5  11 16.55  Fmmm mag+5.0->inv

Location was E. Ney Museum grounds: 30.3068N, 97.7267W, 150m, near my 
apartment.

Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA

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