Obs for Feb. 13

From: Bill Arnold (barnold86@cableone.net)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2011 - 01:24:13 UTC

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    Greetings,
    
    Not a bad night, even with the Moon.
    
    25544 98 067A   0000 G 20110213061100000 56 Bright, about -2 pass this am.
    25531 98 066E   0000 P 20110213001154000 56
    13175 82 043A   0000 P 20110213002340000 56
    31700 07 026C   0000 P 20110213002400000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    20509 90 017B   0000 P 20110213002500000 56
    13950 83 023B   0000 P 20110213002540000 56
    02142 66 031A   0000 P 20110213002720000 56
    14373 83 099B   0000 P 20110213002830000 56
    02125 66 026A   0000 P 20110213002950000 56
    20362 89 097B   0000 P 20110213003140000 56
    34602 09 013A   0000 P 20110213003640000 56 Very fast - The Sky had it 159.76 miles in altitude.
    13121 82 027B   0000 P 20110213003810000 56
    28738 05 024B   0000 P 20110213004050000 56 Naked-eye pass.
    28643 05 014B   0000 P 20110213004130000 56 Same binocular eyepiece field of view with 30777.
    30777 07 006F   0000 P 20110213004130000 56 Same binocular eyepiece field of view with 28643.
    
    Regards,
    Bill
    -----------------------------------
    Woolmarket, Mississippi (USA)
    10X50 Binoculars
    lat. 30:29:07.3 N, long. -89:00:09.7 W, elev. 15 m
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