satobs jan01 @8597

From: Tony Beresford (dberesford@adam.com.au)
Date: Tue Jan 01 2013 - 14:19:03 UTC

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    satobs.org/position/IODformat.html explains coding
    
    26907 01 040C   8597 G 20130101112901800 27 25 0529300-011200 48 S+055 05
    26907 01 040C   8597 G 20130101112936100 27 25 0550600-075000 48 S+050 05
    26905 01 040A   8597 G 20130101114051000 27 25 0657700-273200 48 S+045 05
    26905 01 040A   8597 G 20130101114055500 27 25 0700000-282400 48 S+045 05
    24680 96 072A   8597 G 20130101120123900 27 25 0616800-524300 48 N+040 05
    
    Note on  96 72 A pass. the observation was close to canopus where the 
    magnitude
    was 4.0 . However it was continuously getting brighter maximum 
    brightness was same as Rigel
    which means about mag 0.5 from then on it started fading.
    Stayed up late to try for usa 184 which is in a molniya style orbit, 
    but not seen.
    That may be because i didn't give myself enough time to find my 
    reference point!
    
    Tony Beresford Cospar 8597 -34.9638 138.6333E 100m asl
    
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