5918 obs 20070604

From: ComHem (b.gimle@comhem.se)
Date: Mon Jun 04 2007 - 20:07:49 EDT

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    Since CalSky suggested "soon decaying" #31493, and #30586,30588,30589,30591
    happened to be within 2 min time and <10 deg below Delphinus
    I decided to make a try despite our bright skies (Sun at -7.7).
    
    Several other objects were on similar tacks and times, so the ID's are
    slightly uncertain - prediction errors up to ~20 sec, and distant star 
    splits.
    
    USA 161 had a 90 degree culmination (!) six minutes
    past true midnight, and flared to about -0.5
    
    30586 07 005A   5918 P 20070604224211980 17 25 2054883+143887 29 S
    30591 07 005F   5918 P 20070604224229990 17 25 2050571+152560 29 I
    30589 07 005D   5918 P 20070604224419570 17 25 2047748+155584 88
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20070604225201860 17 25 1726979+370346 48 I
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20070604225245790 17 25 1705840+542646 88 M-005 05
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20070604225321670 17 25 1620880+685817 48 I
    
    -- Björn Gimle                                            --
    -- COSPAR 5918 WGS84,  +18.10127 (E), +59.29813 (N), 44 m --
    -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA, +18.6206  (E), +59.2615  (N), 33 m --
    -- COSPAR 5920, FRUVIK,+18.4820  (E), +59.3260  (N), 11 m --
    
    
    
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