TJM obs of 2003 Jul 01 UTC

From: Ted Molczan (molczan@rogers.com)
Date: Fri Jul 04 2003 - 00:08:17 EDT

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    Both 03009A and 03009B were running late relative Mike McCants' latest
    elements, so I suspect that they have manoeuvred.
    
    27699 03 009B   2701 P 20030704025207600 17 25 1925333+362231 18 S
    27699 03 009B   2701 P 20030704025230370 17 25 1957813+521259 28 S
    25744 99 028A   2701 P 20030704025723020 17 25 1818677+121173 87 S
    25744 99 028A   2701 P 20030704030116120 17 25 1847175-044487 67 S
    25744 99 028A   2701 P 20030704030135270 17 25 1849222-055724 87 S
    24680 96 072A   2701 P 20030704032120230 17 25 1220504+153009 38 S
    27698 03 009A   2701 P 20030704032908770 17 25 1358769+214261 28 S
    27698 03 009A   2701 P 20030704032953520 17 25 1225183+425503 28 S
    
    Site 2701: 43.68764 N, 79.39243 W, 230 m
    
    99028A exhibited little or none of its usual regular variation, perhaps due to
    the low phase angle during the time that I tracked it.
    
    I reduced these points using the graphical version of my program, ObsReduce,
    which should be available for download in the near future.
    
    Ted Molczan
    
    
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