some recent PPAS obs

From: Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Date: Thu Oct 13 2005 - 14:34:32 EDT

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    Congratulations to those who've seen Shenzhou 6, and safe re-entry
    to the taikonauts!
    
    Here are some recent PPAS observations:
    
    06235, NOAA 2
    72- 82 A 05-10-02 02:27:14   EC  105.2 2.0   5 21.0   
    
    20946, GSTAR 4
    90-100 B 05-10-02 04:00:52   EC 1726.0 0.5  12 143.83 
    
    28776, FSW-e 21 Service Module (with 0.6-second secondaries;
    Wow!  Very low, fast orbit; can't survive much longer?)
    05- 27 A 05-10-06 00:49:11   EC   64.0 0.3  26  2.46  -1.0->i
    
    18187, Cosmos 1867
    87- 60 A 05-10-09 02:21:23   EC  104.7 1.0  10 10.5   
    
    28639, Apstar 6 Rk (a nice tumbler)
    05- 12 B 05-10-09 02:24:49   EC  127.0 0.2  60  2.117 +5.0->i
    05- 12 B 05-10-10 02:41:13   EC  127.1 0.2  60  2.119 +5.0->i
    
    19274, Okean 1 (half-period secondary tumble maxima as bright 
    as the flash maxima) 
    88- 56 A 05-10-10 01:31:11   EC  161.3 0.5  13 12.41  
    
    22208, Cosmos 2218 Rk
    92- 73 B 05-10-13 02:23:37   EC   89.4 1.0   3 29.8   +4.5->i
    
    PPAS format: http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    Ed Cannon - ecannon@mail.utexas.edu - Austin, Texas, USA
    
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