Re: 01040C obs of 2002 Jan 27 UTC

From: Paul Gabriel (
Date: Sat Jan 26 2002 - 23:50:43 EST

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    >may prove not to be as accurate as stated.
    to the contrary...
    my copy of french analytical beta software (fabs)
    indicates that your point is within the 28 m/e 
    stated once the cross designation is applied to 
    conform with the general (but not necessarily correct)
    consensus & assuming 02022 somewhere available elset
    is 'reasonably correct' -- and it usually is.
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    On 01/26/02 at 20:57 Ted Molczan wrote:
    >I saw both objects, still separated about 5 s in time. I obtained the
    >following point for the trailing object:
    >26907 01 040C   2701 P 20020127003955580 17 25 1359109+642617 28 S
    >I could not see the reference stars well due to moonlit haze, so this
    >point may prove not to be as accurate as stated.
    >Site 2701: 43.68764 N, 79.39243 W, 230 m
    >Ted Molczan
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    Paul Gabriel
    26.24306N 098.21614W GPS 35m ASL (UTC-6)
    God said, "Let there be lights in the expanse 
    of the sky to separate day from night; 
    they shall serve as signs for the set times -- 
    the days and the years; and they shall serve 
    as lights in the expanse of the sky to shine 
    upon the earth." And it was so... 
    And God saw that this was good.

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