96-29A seen from 59 N

Bjoern Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Sat, 8 Jun 1996 00:17:27 +0200 (MET DST)

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>To: seesat
>From: b_gimle@algonet.se (Bjoern Gimle)
>Subject: 96-29A seen from 59 N
>
>With sun at -6 degrees, the leading, flashing NOSS object was easy
>to find with 7*50 binoculars. On June 06 at 21:34:37.5 +/- .5 sec.
>it passed RA 18.995, decl. +32.0 (2000). Flashing to +4, I timed
>14 flashes, but they were very irregular, and almost disappeared
>80 seconds after the first obs. near gam Lyr. If I can find a
>pattern, I will make a report.
>
>It was only 2.5 secs. early w.r.t to this elset :
>1 23862U 96029  A 96154.96037690  .00000200  00000-0  35761-4 0    03 
>2 23862  63.4217 215.1853 0090237 174.3312 185.7716 13.40258549    09 
>
>

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