DMB Obs Oct 17-19

From: Brierley David (DMBRIERLEY@dera.gov.uk)
Date: Fri Oct 20 2000 - 01:35:06 PDT

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    Here is 96-72A (USA 129) from last night, and a few more observations
    from the morning of Oct 17.  75-43A (DMSP 7) is just becoming visible
    before dawn as it disappears into eclipse in the evening.
    
    IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDMMm   Mm E
    8305601267500101703144374  010  12103700  +75525   1  5
    8601401267500101703271791  010  12085668  +56305   1  5
    8704301267500101703440184  010  1201109   +74192   2  5
    9706401267500101704003971  010  12063774  +23335   15 5
    7504301267500101705271678  010  12133095  +42114   2  5
    
    9607201267500101920010479  010  12075113  +54131   2  5
    9607201267500101920014942  010  12083961  +52340   2  5
    
    David M Brierley
    Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    Station 2675, 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    davidbrierley@waitrose.com
    
    
    
    
    
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