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From: Paul Gabriel (gabriel305@earthlink.net)
Date: Fri Aug 24 2001 - 07:23:43 PDT

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    17969 87 040A   8305 F 20010824022406423 17                      B+045 05       
    17969 87 040A   8305 F 20010824025323653 17                      P+045 05 087862
    24753 97 012A   8305 F 20010824032328463 17 25 1548158+013430 57 R              
    24753 97 012A   8305 F 20010824032446903 27 25 1458600+245840 18 R    
    
    here comes the moon,
    I suppose I should look for lunar transits
    and welcome its waxing in the evening sky.
    maybe I'll *fix* my datum and do some
    lunar occultations.  oooppps wrong list.
    
    87040A was easy target, concur with Ed.
    97012A was less easy, it appeared to have 
    a variable flare period making some positions
    less easy to determine, and I could not
    determine if the variations were regular
    or irregular.  but it was mostly ontrak
    and a tad early.
    
    
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    Paul Gabriel
    26.2431N 098.2163W 35m 
    the stars at night are big & bright...sometimes
    gabriel305@earthlink.net
    
    
    
    
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