UNK001203

From: Rainer Kracht (r.kracht@sh-home.de)
Date: Sat Dec 09 2000 - 07:07:46 PST

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    I found it again after five days. It was about 20 minutes early
    with my first elset (drifting eastwards with 1 deg/day).
    
    I observed it from Dec 08 20:43 - 22:01 UTC. It was flashing all the
    time with a main FP of 2.37 seconds. The magnitudes of the primary
    flashes varied from invisible (>11.5) to mag 9. Secondary flashes
    appeared and disappeared after the main flashes sometimes as bright
    as the main flash. During the last minutes of the observations the
    satellite was visible between the flashes with mag 11.
    
    observations with 20 cm SCT
    IntlId SiteYYMMDDHHMMSSss  Sss  TCHHMMmm   DDddd  DdddE
    0083801500500120821054298  050  13003615  -08005  00035
    0083801500500120821144622  050  13004521  -08177  00045
    0083801500500120821205151  050  13005130  -08293  00025
    0083801500500120821405542  050  13011138  -08669  00025
    0083801500500120822000807  050  13013060  -09016  00025
    
    
    elset from observations Dec 03/08
    
    UNK001203                       3.7
    1 99338U          00340.00000000  .00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    03
    2 99338   4.1163 185.2539 0012364  34.0669 188.6227  1.00538623    08
    
    
    
    Rainer Kracht
    Elmshorn, Germany
    Station 5005, 53.7695N 9.6626E 9m
    r.kracht@sh-home.de
    
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