Re: Suggested IGS correlations

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Wed May 15 2013 - 16:10:16 UTC

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    While adapting my observations with the new designations I found that
    these observations were not listed by Ted but should be attributed to
    IGS 6 r [37814/11050B].
    
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130422000531817 17 25 2133344+523951 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130422000539209 17 25 2150786+533773 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130422000547010 17 25 2209299+542574 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130427001226038 17 25 2237401+580226 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130427001236038 17 25 2304528+583288 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130427001246049 17 25 2330393+583975 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130428001319512 17 25 2131487+552850 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130428001324532 17 25 2145292+562263 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 G 20130428001334543 17 25 2213751+575012 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 E 20130430001629986 17 25 2321167+604310 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 E 20130430001639986 17 25 2349568+604203 37 S
    99050 13 596C   4553 E 20130430001649986 17 25 0015603+601865 37 S
    
    Regards,
        Cees
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