Sept obs & TiPs

Jim Nix (nixj@bellsouth.net)
Thu, 24 Sep 1998 19:00:21 -0500

Hello there,

Some observations  for Sept 21,23,24, 1998 Note accuracy estimations
(Arcsec's)follow magnitudes for each.

35.21229N  89.9356W, 101 m  9809 0.314
21
Cosmos 468
71114A 00:55:04.6 183414+381321 4.9 s 1800
23
SeeSat I
78064A 004040.67 184407+393048 4.0 s  240
Cosmos 1758
86046A 011529.07 002414+575805 5.3 s  1800
86046A 011640.24 225536+290157 5.1 s  1800
Iridium 51man
98018A 013033.5 224112+302639 5.8 s  900
98018A 013126.47 002044+581730 5.5 s 1800
Iridium 61man
98018B 013330 000909+590758 2.4 6.0 f 900
Cosmos 1844
87041A 014356 201552+462824 4.9 s 3600
Iridium 34
97056E 015033.78 202746+415656 5.7 s 1800
97056E 015113.3 204434+613943 5.8 s 900
24
Cosmos 1758
86046A 013452.33 195133+082919 5.4 s 1800
86046A 013459.78 195210+010159 5.6 s 1800
Cosmos 1937
88029A 020313 182906+363531 5.7 s 1800
Cosmos 1867
87060A 020929 195238+441344 4.7 s 1800


Also observed but could not get a good measurement
Tsikada rk
95002D 015130.22 pretty much as predicted 5.2 s 1800
TiPs
96029F 020540 pretty much as predicted   6.0 f
        Not sure but there seemed to be some flashing about 3 to 4
degrees out
        Is the secondary rotating around the primary?

Clear Skies
Jim

35.21229N  89.9356W, 101 m