Obs Oct 23, 1999

nixj@bellsouth.net
Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:31:34 -0500

Obs Oct 23, 1999 GMT

25017 97 064A   8935 G 19991023002542650 27 25 1216926+571849 88 S+048 10       
21798 91 082A   8935 G 19991023004518590 27 25 2314882+134267 68 S+060 10       
20691 90 050C   8935 G 19991023010314500 27 25 2026280+402747 68 S+060 10       
20692 90 050D   8935 G 19991023010324460 27 25 2025157+401301 68 S+060 10       
20642 90 050E   8935 G 19991023010331180 27 25 2018009+380703 19 S+060 10       

Notes:
25017 and 21798 running approx. 2 secs early on:

Lacrosse 3      18.0  4.5  0.0  3.6 v
1 25017U 97064  A 99293.00742520  .00000820  00000-0  14563-3 0  1571
2 25017  56.9745 263.6363 0017946 114.6279 245.5591 14.66765005    00
DMSP B5D2-6
1 21798U 91082A   99273.03299683  .00000260  00000-0  13611-3 0    03
2 21798  98.8460 301.1360 0011714  63.1434 296.8565 14.14324744    08

17240 passed within 18 arcmin (apparent) of 20691, at about the time
of the position measurement of 20691, difference in ranges 158 mi.

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Iridium 85 t, 25529
One -3.0 flash followed almost immediately by a 1.0 flash, a series of
similar double flashs followed almost 7 sec apart at much lesser magnitudes
4.5 to 5.5, (more like Max's & mins). As it approached zenith (50d+) the 
pattern (M & m's with occassional f's) became too complex, although there
seemed to be some repeat patterns at seven secs from time to time.  (Tape data
lost, it helps to turn the machine on:-(  ).

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