Re: [elset]

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@usa.net)
8 Feb 99 17:27:56 MET

NOSS 2-3 r    
1 23907U 96029B   99 35.73950286  .00195000  00000-0  52136-3 0    01
2 23907  63.4356 300.7957 0020499  68.7977 291.2023 15.93666639    02

was about 13 sec. late using this elset for my first observation from
our new apartment (fewer disturbing lights and almost unobstructed view
SW-NW-NE-SE, but just as cloudy/rainy/snowy, and brighter sky background)

I tried 03:30-03:45 for Superbird-A above Mars-Spica, but the Moon was
close, and the sky too hazy ?

IOD format (why are there codes for 'clouded out'/'observer N.A.' but
not 'object not seen', which can be very informative?)

23907 96 029B   5918 F 19990207165711800 56 35 0656400+344000 27 S+020 10     
 
23907 96 029B   5918 F 19990207165731100 56 35 0709540+213700 56 S+020 10     
 
20040 89 041A   5918 P 19990208033700000 99 65 1800000+200000 99 S            
 




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- 59.298 N, 18.104 E, 55 m   from 1999-01-25               -
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