Lunar occultation observed and a satellite question..

From: Derek C Breit <breit_ideas_at_poyntsource.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2014 15:52:16 -0700
Yep!..

You satellite observers are already perfectly setup to do asteroid and lunar occultations..

As for me, I don't have home internet and have been quite busy, so the question is.. Is it useful if I observe sats during the
weekdays, but don't file any report until the weekend?? Is there a certain "class" of satellites that this "delayed reporting" is
better suited to??

I keep looking up, and have seen some amazing passes naked eye(Flares.. Flashing.. "near misses", etc) but I haven't timed anything
because I figured it wouldn't be too useful to have the reports be so delayed..

Derek


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http://www.astrobrock.com/occult/120TauOccult.mpg

Kevin


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