Observations of TiPS required

From: David Brierley (davidbrierley@waitrose.com)
Date: Sun Sep 10 2006 - 14:07:28 EDT

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    In the last few days I've looked 3 times for TiPS(96-29F), and Peter Wakelin has 
    looked once unsuccessfully.  With moonlight we probably wouldn't have been able 
    to see the tether, but should have seen Ralph or Norton on at least one 
    occasion.
    
    It has occurred to me that the tether may have broken, so if you have a good 
    transit - now that the Moon is waning - please have a look.
    
    Here is Mike McCants' latest elset.  I can't imagine it's more than two minutes 
    off either way, though in this game you never know!
    TiPS
    
    1 23937U 96029F 06195.10715782 0.00000300 00000-0 21157-3 0 07
    
    2 23937 63.3975 71.9486 0341997 4.3835 355.6165 13.73294158 04
    
    David
    
    David M Brierley
    Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
    Station 2675 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
    davidbrierley@waitrose.com
    
    
    
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