8539 obs Sept 13

From: Steve Newcomb (snewcomb@verizon.net)
Date: Mon Sep 13 2010 - 02:19:32 UTC

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    36514 10 015A   8539 G 20100913010113770 17 25 1626000+405726 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012736000 17 25 1736503+131463 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012742850 17 25 1740969+120523 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012758250 17 25 1750624+092847 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012837380 17 25 1813204+030097 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012854770 17 25 1822432+001636 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913012909460 17 25 1829703-015812 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913013034560 17 25 1906408-132500 38  
    16631 86 014H   8539 G 20100913013114460 17 25 1920816-175348 38  
    
    The one point on 36514 was near a 7 mag star close to 30 Hercules.
    It was visible with the unaided eye after I lost in telescope.
    
    Lat 39.4707 Lon -79.3388 Alt. 2590 ft. -4 UTC
    What these numbers mean : http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
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