observation Jan 01 2007

From: Tony Beresford (dberesford@adam.com.au)
Date: Mon Jan 01 2007 - 18:02:04 EST

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    Observations in IOD format
    What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    28888 05 042A   8597 F 20070101133230100 27 25 0009600-454800 48 
    S+050 05
    28888 05 042A   8597 F 20070101133251900 27 25 0028400-395500 48 S+050 05
    
    The pass of 96 072A was 4 minutes earlier on almost the same track to within
    15 arc minutes. Although I didn't get a position on it, gave me a
    fairly unique chance to compare brightness under duplicated conditions.
    USA 186(28888, 2005 42 A) was fainter by say .2 magnitudes.
    
    Tony Beresford
    8597, -34.9638, 138.6333E, 100m ASL
    
    
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