JN 9633 Obs Oct 22, globalstars followup PPAS

From: Jim Nix (jim@sat-tracks.org)
Date: Fri Oct 22 2010 - 02:36:11 UTC

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    Hi,
    
      I was clouded out just as I was about to get a point on 32379.  I did catch the Globalstars with binoculars through a hole in the clouds before I headed in.
    
    A near zenith pass in Cygnus observed with 20x80's.  Compared to
    1) HR 7495 (5.1), NOT AS Bright as; and HR 7487 (6.2)  Slightly Brighter than. Probably close to 5.9 at a phase of 80-81 on all.
    
    PPAS format:
    10-054 D 10-10-22 01:56:50.0 JN 5.9 S
    10-054 C 10-10-22 01:56:50.0 JN 5.9 S
    10-054 F 10-10-22 01:57:09.0 JN 5.9 S
    10-054 A 10-10-22 01:57:47.0 JN 5.9 S
    10-054 B 10-10-22 01:58:12.0 JN 5.9 S
    10-054 E 10-10-22 01:58:12.0 JN 5.9 S
    
    Correction to typo on last nights formated observation
    10-054 C 10-10-21 01:46:16.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS
    
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    JIM |  Cloudy,  LM 10.0            UTC:-5        Oct. 22  UTC
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