DMB Obs Oct 16

From: Brierley David (DMBRIERLEY@dera.gov.uk)
Date: Wed Oct 18 2000 - 06:40:57 PDT

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    With very mobile weather coming in off the Atlantic Oct 16/17 was one of
    those rare nights which was clear from dusk to dawn.  Moreover the air
    was very clear so the large Moon near Jupiter didn't interfere too much.
    The docked STS 92/ISS was mag -2 steady on the first transit with the
    Sun 6 deg below the horizon.  There were very few reference stars
    visible in the twilight, but it just happened to occult 46 Cap.
    
    I had planned to look at the next transit, but my old college was
    competing on "University Challenge" (BBC TV), so I missed seeing the
    lights on - see Mike Waterman's post.
    
    Morning obs not yet reduced include 93-26A (Alexis) and all four 76-38
    objects (NOSS 1).
    
    David.
    
    IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDMMm   Mm E
    9806701267500101617481229  010  12214500  -09050   2  5
    0006201267500101617481229  010  12214500  -09050   2  5
    9101701267500101618082586  010  12033060  +48065   1  5
    9101701267500101618091495  010  12023784  +37480   2  5
    9805503267500101618154580  010  12025903  +35120   1  5
    0004701267500101618172843  010  12101475  +59415   2  5
    9405701267500101618204594  010  12020990  +39115   15 5
    9405701267500101618214436  010  12032167  +49073   15 5
    9602401267500101618320138  010  12001740  +16300   1  5
    9602401267500101618325896  010  12004607  +30182   2  5
    8807801267500101618342939  010  12020699  +23292   15 5
    8300806267500101618555730  010  12232086  +60248   15 5
    8300806267500101618562588  010  12233550  +52175   1  5
    8300808267500101618580665  010  12231787  +59254   15 5
    8300805267500101619010173  010  12224558  +58130   15 5
    8300805267500101619013793  010  12231600  +52590   1  5
    9607201267500101619033227  010  12050960  +38410   1  5
    9607201267500101619034470  010  12052055  +39425   1  5
    7504301267500101619361903  010  12041446  +54332   15 5
    7504301267500101619365782  010  12030480  +53300   1  5
    7504301267500101619373188  010  12015815  +49331   2  5
    9101701267500101619484413  010  1220120   +60008   3  5
    9208603267500101619492739  010  12194675  +67230   1  5
    9208603267500101619512531  010  12224930  +66308   15 5
    9208603267500101619535611  010  12012460  +48460   1  5
    9701201267500101620320972  010  12185713  +45535   15 5
    9701201267500101620330863  010  12164853  +57590   2  5
    9607201267500101620403590  020  12093168  +62406   15 5
    9607201267500101620414713  010  12102775  +54344   3  5
    9607201267500101620433442  050  12105918  +45145   2  5
    
    David M Brierley
    Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    Station 2675, 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    davidbrierley@waitrose.com
    
    
    
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