Obs Oct 7

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Sat Oct 07 2000 - 14:19:24 PDT

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    Anice clear evening. Zenit-2 night: it started with the 'blinker', 2000-
    56 B and 2000- 6 B which was making a pass at about the same time,
    but was not observed. Almost two houres later the obs session ended
    with 2000- 6 B.
    2000- 56 B was observed mostly naked eye and looked like a fast
    blinking aircraft. Quite a sight.
    
    00-  6 B 00-10-07 19:42:04   LB  335.3 0.2 120  2.794 FF, 3->6
    00- 39 B 00-10-07 18:02:54   LB                       MM, 2->7, 1 fl
    00- 39 C 00-10-07 18:45:27   LB  166.1 0.2  57  2.914 FF, 3->i, sm, 4
    00- 47 B 00-10-07 19:19:29   LB  238.7 0.5   2 119.4  MM, 2->7, sm, 3
    00- 56 B 00-10-07 17:58:39   LB  105.4 0.1 220  0.479 FF, 1->6
    76- 19 A 00-10-07 18:15:35   LB  136.9 0.2  29  4.72  FF, 4->i, sm, 6
    79- 30 B 00-10-07 19:05      LB                       S, 5
    81- 59 A 00-10-07 18:53:42   LB  168.0 0.2  11 15.28  FF, 4->i, sm, 5
    87- 11 A 00-10-07 19:33:34   LB   69.6 0.2  10  6.96  FF, 5->i
    87- 53 A 00-10-07 18:40      LB                       almost s, 7
    89- 59 B 00-10-07 18:29      LB                       S, 5
    94- 74 B 00-10-07 18:10      LB                       S, 3
    95- 72 C 00-10-07 19:11      LB                       S, 4
    98- 72 C 00-10-07 19:02      LB                       almost S, 5
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst Medemblik                        964 obs in 2000
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL                  10900 obs in PPAS
    
    
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