Obs 3022 18 february

From: Jean-Paul Cornec (jean-paul.cornec@orange.fr)
Date: Mon Feb 18 2008 - 19:54:56 UTC

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    06057 was right on time. The sky was very poor. As a limit  I could see 
    gamma and delta Lep (mag 3.6 and 3.7). Following Ted Molczan's last elset 
    06057 was expected to pass between these two stars, what it did a bit closer 
    to gamma than predicted. It entered shadow right after; I could follow it 
    with binoculars very close to beta CMa. Observation was reduced by hand as 
    my (unsatisfactory) point was not exactly between the two stars.
    
    29651 06 057A   3022 P 20080218185510880 56 25 0545729-220875  97 S
    
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    Jean-Paul Cornec
    Lannion
    France
    4844'20" N
    327'32" W
    52m ASL
    COSPAR 3022 
    
    
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