NOSS duo

Bill Krosney (bkrosney@MBnet.MB.CA)
Sun, 9 Jun 1996 01:43:40 -0500 (CDT)

Observed the NOSS duo tonight at 05:47 UT June 9 (6 mins. after Jim Varney's

Couple of points.

My observation from last night alluding to three objects was in error.  The
object preceding the pair by a couple of minutes was probably an unrelated
object as pointed out by Mike McCants (thanks Mike).  It was not evident
in tonight's observation even though I looked specifically for it.

The glinting as observed by Jim was not seen.  In fact my pass had a poor
phase angle (101 degrees as indicated by Quicksat), and the objects were
dim in my 10x50 binoculars.

The objects did appear slightly closer tonight than last night.  I read
Rainer's post after my observation and indeed they do seem to be closing
in.  (my unawareness of this led me to hastily guess that I had seen three
objects last night!)

By the there a consensus, which one is the A object and which one
is the C object?


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