Re: Progress obs

From: Robert Holdsworth (
Date: Tue Jun 10 2003 - 15:37:43 EDT

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    Both the pass referred to below and a previous less favourable pass were
    obscured by cloud
    There was a short break in the cloud allowing some visibility of stars
    between passes- such is life!
    This would have been  my last opportunity to observe before docking.
    Location details below. (now Don you can't get a lot more Eastern than me
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Robert Holdsworth" <>
    To: "Seesat Explosive Address" <>
    Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2003 8:10 PM
    Subject: Re: Progress obs
    > We have a good pass here at about 07:08 local on 11 June (19:08  on 10
    > UTC.)
    > According to Calsky at this stage Progress will follow at 7:26:45 local.
    > I will endeavour to check and report the separation  if both objects are
    > sighted.but at this stage weather is uncertain - cloud and showers are
    > gradually clearing  and weather radar is looking reasonable.  It could
    > clear to become fine by the time of the pass- I hope!  We often get clear
    > crisp skies after stormy weather but if the wind drops we may get fog!
    > Robert Holdsworth
    > Wainuiomata
    > New Zealand
    > 41.2610S, 174.9470E
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