Sept. 06 UT observations

From: Daniel Deak (dan.deak@sympatico.ca)
Date: Fri Sep 06 2002 - 00:08:23 EDT

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    Hi all,
    
    Very nice evening without a single cloud in sight but a cool 12 C and light 
    wind. Mag 5.5 unaided eye limit.
    My most productive session in over two years I think.
    
    For the first point, #14729, I had some trouble with my stopwatch, hence the 5 
    second uncertainty.
    For TiPS, #23937, the point is for the lower mass that was sparkling at a max 
    mag of 7. The tether was easy to see in my 20x80.
    
    Here are the results in IOD :
    
    14729 84 012D   1747 E 20020906005556000 58 25 1501250+400700 68 S+085 07
    14795 84 012F   1747 E 20020906010718500 37 25 1459800+394500 68 S+080 07
    05682 71 110E   1747 E 20020906011826400 37 25 1954300+071400 68 S+085 07
    23937 96 029F   1747 E 20020906012215700 37 25 0201200+644700 68 I+070 07
    25991 99 067A   1747 E 20020906014530000 37 25 1634000+774300 68 S
    25017 97 064A   1747 E 20020906014740700 37 25 0331600+492400 68 S+040 07
    19460 88 078A   1747 E 20020906020209200 37 25 1459700+250500 68
    05680 71 110C   1747 E 20020906021216300 37 25 1702300+355200 68
    05678 71 110A   1747 E 20020906023544900 37 25 1731000+521800 68 S+090 07
    
    
    -- 
    Daniel Deak
    representant, projet spatial Starshine
    L'Avenir, Quebec
    
    COSPAR site 1747 : 45.7275N, 72.3526W, 191 m., UTC-4:00
    
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