96 72A recovered?

From: Tony Beresford (starman@camtech.net.au)
Date: Fri Dec 01 2000 - 06:13:23 PST

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    Below are two observations of an object that behaved like usa 129,
    giving one of those flares to mag -1 or brighter , high in the South.
    The observations are 26 seconds late on ted molczan's 70003 elset,
    and 15 seconds early on the 70002 elset. this support's Bjoern Gimle's estimate
    that 7003 was the most probable true elset, good guessing Bjoern!!
    The observation of the molniya type orbit 
    94 26 A was accidental, as it happened to go thru the search area,
    it is of course an object I have been tracking for some months.
    My thanks to Ted & Bjoern
    
    In IOD format:
    23097 94 026A   8597 F 20001201125158600 27 25 0334000-624000 48 S+055 05
    24680 96 072A   8597 F 20001201125359400 27 25 0314800-670100 48 I+050 05       
    24680 96 072A   8597 F 20001201125441800 27 25 0242800-523500 48 I+030 05       
    Tony Beresford
    8597, 34.9638S, 138.6333E, 100m ASL
    
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