Obs Dec 19

Brierley David (DMBRIERLEY@dera.gov.uk)
Mon, 20 Dec 1999 10:23:03 -0000

The first satellite was a stray, seen while watching for 76-91A low in
the NW sky.  The position for 92-83A is less accurate than usual because
of the lack of reference stars low in the N in Moonlight.  We now pass
it over to our S hemisphere observers for about a month.

The Trumpet ?95-34A is running about 1 min late on this elset:
9503401 99322.58450324 -0.00000061
  63.3401 241.7958  0.6913631 271.1333  17.4605  2.00617154 2.2

David.

IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDMMm   Mm E
9300802267599121917140446  010  12151250  +39044   2  5
9300802267599121917143711  010  12154044  +37185   2  5
9101701267599121918583514  010  12140720  +49088   3  5
9101701267599121918590310  010  12132865  +52575   2  5
9208301267599121919032362  010  1213079   +4753    5  5
9503401267599121922093714  010  12030057  +05162   15 5
9503401267599121922125239  010  12030540  +01544   1  5
9503401267599121922160173  010  12031030  -01420   05 5
9503401267599121922192715  010  12031610  -05550   05 5

David M Brierley
Malvern, Worcestershire, UK
Station 2675, 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
dmbrierley@compuserve.com


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