Gorizont 14 and Cosmos 2282

From: Mir16609@aol.com
Date: Thu Feb 06 2003 - 09:48:27 EST

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    In PPAS format:
    87-040 A 03-02-06 00:17:02.46JDG1214.5 0.4  14 86.75  +6.5->inv
    87-040 A 03-02-06 01:51:01.59JDG1647.9 0.4  19 86.73  +6.5->inv
    87-040 A 03-02-06 02:57:32.58JDG 693.2 0.4  16 43.33  +6.5->inv
    94-038 A 03-02-06 00:53:48.13JDG 688.0 0.4  36 19.11  +7.0->inv
    
    During the latter part of the 2nd Gorizont 14 obs, the half-period 
    flash was barely visible (10 mag or dimmer).  During the last obs 
    of Gorizont 14 the half-period flash was clearly vsible although 
    typically +8 mag. 
    
    Gorizont 16 (88-71A) was a non-obs.  Too much light polution low in 
    the SE for +7 mag flashes.
    
    The actual times may be found here:
    http://www.geocities.com/iss25544/fl20030206.txt
    
    Gorizont 14                                      21807 x 21731 mi
    1 17969U 87040A   03031.72334196 -.00000175 +00000-0 +10000-3 0 09643
    2 17969 011.7674 032.2254 0031348 350.4607 009.5485 00.97658683036486
    COSMOS 2282                                      22450 x 22319 mi
    1 23168U 94038A   03033.01139615 -.00000295 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 00683
    2 23168 004.1646 071.4429 0010099 244.2258 115.7726 01.00359092031446
    
    Cheers,
    Don Gardner  39.1799 N, 76.8406 W, 100m ASL
    http://hometown.aol.com/mir16609/
    http://www.howardastro.org/
    
    
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