Obs from Oct. 23

From: Bill Arnold (barnold86@cableone.net)
Date: Sun Oct 24 2010 - 17:18:06 UTC

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    Greetings,
    
    Please find below my observations from last night:
    
    30778 07 006G   8930 P 20101023235310000 56
    25544 98 067A   8930 P 20101024000710000 56
    30778 07 006G   8930 P 20101023235310000 56
    25544 98 067A   8930 P 20101024000710000 56
    36416 10 009D   8930 P 20101024001210000 56
    28054 03 048A   8930 P 20101024001410000 56
    16986 86 074A   8930 P 20101024001600000 56
    13923 83 022A   8930 P 20101024001700000 56
    31700 07 026C   8930 P 20101024001810000 56
    31700 07 026C   8930 P 20101024001810000 56
    21147 91 017A   8930 P 20101024001830000 56
    37191 10 054D   8930 P 20101024002600000 56
    37190 10 054C   8930 P 20101024002613000 56
    37193 10 054F   8930 P 20101024002650000 56
    37188 10 054A   8930 P 20101024002759000 56
    37189 10 054B   8930 P 20101024002838000 56
    37192 10 054E   8930 P 20101024002845000 56
    
    I was able to watch all 6 new Globalstars pass to the left and thru the stars to the left of Vega, looking west, as seen from my front yard. It was interesting to watch and count as the 6 satellites passed by.
    
    Regards,
    Bill
    -----------------------------------
    Woolmarket, Mississippi (USA)
    Site: 8930.  7x50 Binoculars
    lat. 30:29:07.3 N, long. -89:00:09.7 W, elev. 15 m
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