TJM obs of 2009 Jun 06 UTC

From: Ted Molczan (ssl3molcz@rogers.com)
Date: Sat Jun 06 2009 - 08:42:41 UTC

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    09023B was about 0.5 s late relative my day-old elements.
    
    I attempted to observe 09023A / 34903 at 05:03:09 UTC, about 3 s after predicted
    exit from penumbra. Predicted magnitude was 6.2; I could see easily the fainter
    of my two reference stars, which is mag 9.6, but did not see the satellite.
    
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606061255060 17 25 2303604+085708 97 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606061400190 17 25 2321915+233537 18 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606061428330 17 25 2334763+311409 18 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606061558750 17 25 0104152+570781 27 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606074453830 17 25 1917653-155835 47 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606074519630 17 25 1853391-092961 97 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606074528630 17 25 1843729-065063 18 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606074546630 17 25 1822826-011114 18 R
    34904 09 023B   2701 G 20090606074844750 17 25 1337645+421205 37 R
    
    IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    Site 2701: 43.68764 N, 79.39243 W, 230 m
    
    Ted Molczan
    
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