8539 obs oct 30

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Sun Oct 30 2005 - 01:19:55 EDT

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    21798 91 082A   8539 G 20051029231744130 17 25 1638667+790068 38
    21798 91 082A   8539 G 20051029231805640 17 25 1433897+793489 38
    21798 91 082A   8539 G 20051029231819610 17 25 1326784+784037 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20051029234010300 17 25 0010185+495342 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20051029234142020 17 25 2307004+092457 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20051029234159170 17 25 2301049+030400 38
    25615 98 055C   8539 G 20051029234205170 17 25 2259119+005458 38
    07816 75 043A   8539 G 20051030001318980 17 25 2301981+283287 38
    07816 75 043A   8539 G 20051030001354740 17 25 2232844+130394 38
    07816 75 043A   8539 G 20051030001445020 17 25 2204782-044992 38
    18009 87 043E   8539 G 20051030004125270 17 25 1516717+745397 38
    18010 87 043F   8539 G 20051030004701230 17 25 1515796+711845 38
    18010 87 043F   8539 G 20051030004712050 17 25 1447171+733139 38
    18010 87 043F   8539 G 20051030004720550 17 25 1420781+745809 38
    18010 87 043F   8539 G 20051030004752110 17 25 1212899+774122 38
    18010 87 043F   8539 G 20051030004816630 17 25 1034818+764391 38
    
    Lots of points taken on USA 144, will probably reduce later.
    Mars with a 9 mm eyepiece and a 2x barlow for a  266 power in 8 inch
    reflector looked like picture at spaceweather.com
    Fun night.
    
    Lat. 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
    
    
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