NOSS 2-1 & Ir 27 tum

Jim Nix (nixj@bellsouth.net)
Wed, 02 Sep 1998 23:30:09 -0500

Hi all,

    There's a high probablity that I observed NOSS 2-1 E eclipsing
IotaPegasus at
02:16:56 on 9/02/98.


NOSS 2-1 ECD(90050 E, C & D) for 9/03/98 The Trio Passed a linebetween
Etapeg & betapeg as follow:  C @ 01:32:33.51, E @ 01:32:39.7, D @
01:32:43.03;  The mags were closer to prediction at around 6. I did not
compare stars very well the previous night and was probably in error by
2 orders of mag. I'm still getting used to gathering more accurate data.

Ir 27 tum  Flashes 09/03/98 at 01:24:19,23,41,46,48,52,56,
        01:25:3,15,19,22, B's 26,30,33,36,39,41,42,45,49,53,55,
        01:26:00, 4,16,20,23,27,31,34,38,42,47,54,58,
        01:27:00,02,06,10,14,18,
 Brighter flashes of mag 2 started at 01:25:26 and continued to
01:26:42".others at 2.5 to 3.


USA 129 mag 5.5 to 6.5 at the limit of my 10x40's at times a light blur
but moving.  It passed my first obs- point before I acquired it at about
2 secs past  a line between 51 Andromeda and GA1 Andromeda  02:10:26.57
may have been 6 secs early but I doubt  it.  Observed it to 02:12:10.


I either got an unknown flasher or Cosmos 2251 Flashing at
02:26:43.6,46.86,50.36,53.14,56.92 &  02:27:00 and 03.87. in the
vicinity of hercules.
Has anyone observed Cosmos 2251 flashing.  If not I'll track it down.


Ir 27 tum- flashes-20:27:48.7,
     20:28:02.6B,06.6,11.75,14.5,17.53B


Noss 2-1 E (90050 E)mag 5 to 6- Iota peg 21:16:55.9 3.8 5.1
  Between 11 ceph and beta ceph at  21:14:04.9
980902    35.21229  89.9356, 101 m
  90050E 220706 263118 21:16:55.9 4.8  5.2  ?  ?
  90050E 213326 705512 21:14:04.9 4.8  6.2  ?  ?

Clear skies,
Jim

35.21229  89.9356, 101 m