Obs 22 april 1999

Barhorst L.J.C. (L.J.C.Barhorst@exchange.arcadis.nl)
Fri, 23 Apr 1999 08:55:18 +0200

Unexpectedly it became clear last night and I could make some observations

70-108 A 99-04-22 20:37      LB                       almost S, mag 6
81- 59 A 99-04-22 21:36:20   LB   48.5 0.2  10  4.85  FF, mag 4->inv, double
fl
87- 60 A 99-04-22 20:40:28   LB   68.7 0.5   6 11.5   AA,5->inv,sm,6
90-111 B 99-04-22 21:13:38   LB   53.5 0.5   2 26.7   AA, mag 5->inv
92-  8 B 99-04-22 20:44:46   LB  128.8 0.5   4 32.2   AA, mag 4->inv
93-  8 B 99-04-22 20:09      LB                       almost S, mag 6
94- 24 B 99-04-22 20:28:32   LB   62.7 0.2  10  6.27  FF, mag 4->inv
95-  2 D 99-04-22 21:20      LB                       almost S, mag 7
95- 72 A 99-04-22 21:01:03   LB   87.7 0.2   6 14.61  FF,3->inv,sm,2
95- 72 B 99-04-22 20:17      LB                       S, mag 4
97- 28 C 99-04-22 20:13      LB                       S, mag 6
98- 43 G 99-04-22 21:28:35   LB  146.9 0.5   4 36.7   AA, mag 2->6
98- 76 B 99-04-22 19:43:19   LB  127.9 0.2  30  4.26  FF, mag 3->7
99- 12 E 99-04-22 20:50:41   LB   92.4 0.2  24  3.85  'FFF-'F, mag 2->inv
Impossible to measure all the flashes seperatly. Just timed the bright flash
after the 'missing' flash. In fact the real period will be 1.925 sec as only
the
first secondary flash is visible.

99- 20 B 99-04-22 20:03:20.7 LB                       S,4,RA=14h20 d=+19
Was about 10 minutes late with respect to the TLE posted by Tristan
99020B                                           711 x 185 km
1 25683U 99020B   99106.53026626  .00568309  78452-5  66567-3 0    29
2 25683 107.5837 169.1035 0385442 330.6038  27.3971 15.39514041   115

Greetings and clear, dark skies
Leo Barhorst
52.77 N 5.09 E  2 m ASL