5919 obs 2006-02-23

From: Björn Gimle (bg_26934@glocalnet.net)
Date: Thu Feb 23 2006 - 19:12:14 EST

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    We had for once a clear day, and it didn't bring clouds at nightfall 
    either!
    I got three points on 11720 too, but no two residuals are similar, and 
    the asterisms don't look familiar.
    Searching in vain on 2+2 passes of USA 116 and 161 - just saw six 
    strays.
    -11 C when I quit.
    11745 80 019G   5919 F 20060223184047240 17 25 0729408+314827 28 S
    11745 80 019G   5919 F 20060223184122720 17 25 0749905+261674 38 S
    19460 88 078A   5919 F 20060223193453130 17 25 1618070+755116 19 S
    19460 88 078A   5919 F 20060223193618650 17 25 1752895+565196 28 S
    19460 88 078A   5919 F 20060223193728310 17 25 1808893+470711 77 S
    27698 03 009A   5919 F 20060223190537430 17 25 1753161+401523 18 S
    27698 03 009A   5919 F 20060223190600510 17 25 1812976+384585 28 S
    27699 03 009B   5919 F 20060223200308750 17 25 2020449+392932 19 S
    27699 03 009B   5919 F 20060223200329150 17 25 2023967+372866 38 S
    
    Data is in IOD format; see http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    -- Björn Gimle                                        --
    -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2615 N, 18.6206 E, 33 m  --
    -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m  --
    -- COSPAR 5920, FRUVIK,   59.3260 N, 18.4820 E, 11 m  --
    
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