8539 obs Oct 3

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@verizon.net)
Date: Sun Oct 03 2010 - 03:07:49 UTC

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    31702 07 027B   8539 G 20101003000059230 17 25 2038790+892439 38  
    31702 07 027B   8539 G 20101003000104080 17 25 2203313+880443 38  
    31702 07 027B   8539 G 20101003000130080 17 25 2235625+795709 38  
    31702 07 027B   8539 G 20101003000139620 17 25 2237448+764577 38  
    31702 07 027B   8539 G 20101003000217410 17 25 2243429+624028 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002201080 17 25 2006566+073444 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002222500 17 25 2031213+154765 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002327850 17 25 2212871+394866 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002413120 17 25 2341816+492613 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002420180 17 25 2355509+501882 38  
    21799 91 076C   8539 G 20101003002431910 17 25 0017691+512481 38  
    
    31702 is 2 seconds late on 10275.05902064
    Brad has it another second later on the next orbit.
    Why so much change?
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean : http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
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