Oct 02 Observations

From: Tony Beresford (aberesford@iprimus.com.au)
Date: Mon Oct 02 2000 - 11:42:55 PDT

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    In IOD format
    25035 97 068B   8597 G 20001002153929600 27 25 0526200-194200 48 M+050 05 001137
    23097 94 026A   8597 G 20001002171836700 27 25 0405900-622000 48 S+050 05       
    23097 94 026A   8597 G 20001002171851400 27 25 0416500-591800 48 S+055 05       
    23097 94 026A   8597 G 20001002172238400 27 25 0520400-211400 48 S+065 05       
    
    The Centaur's tumbling cycle was timed over 20 cycles, resulting in a
    measurement of 1.137 seconds. There were indications it MIGHT be better
    described as double this.
    Tony Beresford
    8597, 34.9638s, 138.6333E, 100mASL
    
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