obs 28 sep 00272

From: Paul Gabriel (gabriel305@earthlink.net)
Date: Thu Sep 28 2000 - 10:06:32 PDT

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    in IOD format (see obsentry.exe)
    
    21798 91 082A   8305 G 20000928010748878 17 25 2306806+144971 68                
    21798 91 082A   8305 G 20000928010819548 17 25 2315469+235712 68                
    21798 91 082A   8305 G 20000928010830608 17 25 2319483+273018 68                
    21798 91 082A   8305 G 20000928010918748 17 25 2340376+420348 68                
    21798 91 082A   8305 G 20000928010949528 17 25 2359379+501628 68       
    
    the prefit resids on these seem a little more erratic
    than usual ??  could be those persistent ants.
    
    also saw Lacrosse 4 00047A / 26473 for the first time
    in about a month, ~0141:25 - 0142:18.
    a brief view before eclipse, did not
    get points (maybe tonight)  mostly ontrak, did not get 
    a good time reference, but it seemed in the 10 sec +/- range.
    see if I can pin that down to :00.1 tonight.  passing 
    thru a longish penumbra, it turned very redish in color.
    
    and saw very bright meteor 1x zenith NE to SE at ~0132:38z
    
    contrary to ed's report, I managed to miss MSX last night,
    my fault I was looking wrong place 10x and did not see it
    1x. skies otherwise very clear except in the vicinity of MSX.
    
    *******************************************
    Paul Gabriel
    26.24310N 098.21635W 33m (the stars at night are big & bright......)
    gabriel305@earthlink.net
    
    titan / win95C / Calypso
    
    
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