8539 obs Sept. 7

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@gcnetmail.net)
Date: Wed Sep 06 2006 - 23:39:49 EDT

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    25991 99 067A   8539 P 20060907005016770 17 25 1959028+193244 38
    28095 03 054A   8539 P 20060907005639270 17 25 1745165+273014 38
    28538 05 004B   8539 P 20060907011938850 17 25 2226041+534692 38
    28538 05 004B   8539 P 20060907011951230 17 25 2226615+494185 38
    14143 83 056C   8539 P 20060907014156870 17 25 1621712+214940 38
    14143 83 056C   8539 P 20060907014210230 17 25 1624429+281785 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 P 20060907014542120 17 25 1526625+285768 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 P 20060907014601730 17 25 1523560+371804 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 P 20060907014620390 17 25 1518512+453747 38
    14112 83 056A   8539 P 20060907014636600 17 25 1512236+525785 38
    
    28097 was also tracked but could not reduce points. I blame poor conditions 
    with bright moon and lack of practice because of clouds for weeks.
    
    At 01.46.47 UTC there was a very slow moving unknown in field of view with 
    14112. I was able to identify it as Breeze-M Deb   28116   03056E. The range 
    of the slow mover was about 5.5 times that of 14112.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon. -79.3388 Alt. 2753 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    
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