obs 22jun 05173 8305

From: paul (astro@pgog.net)
Date: Wed Jun 22 2005 - 00:46:25 EDT

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    28054 03 048A   8305 F 20050622031210040 56 35 1125142-176586 26 S+070 10
    28054 03 048A   8305 F 20050622031222820 56 35 1120053-147699 16 S+070 10
    28054 03 048A   8305 F 20050622031233320 56 35 1115661-122665 16 I+075 10
    24680 96 072A   8305 F 20050622042328990 56 35 1051048+562283 85 S
    24680 96 072A   8305 F 20050622042402010 56 35 1003853+598851 85 S
    
    had to duck scope beneath the Live Oak to see 72A.  
    moon bright .997 phase.
    48A started to fade in&out as it moved SW->W
    did not get setup in time to try for Cosmos 1 
    at 0220z  :(  but probably too faint if it was there
    and not helped by the moon in low SE.
    hey, do solar particles bounced off the moon and
    propel the sail too?  or might be caught in an eddy
    of particles bouncing back and forth between moon and
    terra??
    
    2005 Jun 22 04:45 UT 
    05173.198 Norad 
    
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