Obs. Tues Eve.

Robert Sheaffer (sheaffer@netcom.com)
Wed, 10 Sep 1997 07:57:24 -0700

Observations 9 Sept. 1997    (Tues. Eve, 10 Sept UT)

03:09:04  UT      Unexpected mag 5-6 satellite seen in binoculars
                  while looking for Superbird A (which was not seen).
                  Appulse with Eps Aquarii, moving north. Believed to
                  be #19531, NOAA 11.

03:34             Tumbling object, mag 4, seen moving northbound
                  through eastern Cygnus. 4 periods in 49 sec,
                  12.25 sec period. Matches well with #18187,
                  Cosmos 1867.

03:38:39          Appulse of #13771, Cosmos 1437 rocket, with
                  Albireo. Mag 4. Northbound through Cygnus.

03:48:42          Appulse of southbound Mag 4 object with Eps
                  Pegasi. Matches well with #4370, Cosmos 332 rocket.


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