8539 oct 7 obs

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Mon Oct 06 2003 - 23:38:39 EDT

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    23937 96 029F   8539 F 20031007002528230 17 25 1805790+022669 97
    23937 96 029F   8539 F 20031007002655650 17 25 1852753+330989 68
    24753 97 012A   8539 F 20031007000822900 17 25 2251854+241993 58
    24753 97 012A   8539 F 20031007000916010 17 25 2317334+450975 96
    13791 83 008A   8539 F 20031007001509590 17 25 1659430+564120 96
    13791 83 008A   8539 F 20031007001543590 17 25 1716220+714754 37
    13791 83 008A   8539 F 20031007001602590 17 25 1738158+791191 37
    15071 84 065C   8539 F 20031007004216260 17 25 2105048+712240 77
    15071 84 065C   8539 F 20031007004230150 17 25 2054123+781505 37
    15071 84 065C   8539 F 20031007004242590 17 25 2029049+833753 37
    
    The 1st point on TiPS was taken with only 1 sat visible and no tether seen.
    I did not follow thinking it was not TiPS, but when nothing else came thru I
    quickly moved to Ring Nebula for 2nd point, where both sats and tether were
    visible. I lost it in my tracking shortly after that.
    A dim unknown was seen in telescope 1/2 degree under 70 Ophiuchi, my
    starting place for TiPS, heading 170 azimuth at 00.19.56 UTC. I could not
    ID.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon -79.3388  Alt 2573 ft  -4 UTC
    
    
    
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