Obs april 10

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Mon Apr 10 2000 - 14:37:08 PDT

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    Probably the last in a row of clear nights.
    I looked for the UNID of Michael Waterman; the 14.6 orbit, but 
    didn't see it.
    
    71-119 B 00-04-10 20:44      LB                       S, 4.5
    83- 31 B 00-04-10 19:42      LB                       almost S, 5
    83-111 B 00-04-10 20:25      LB                       S, 4.5
    85- 79 B 00-04-10 19:58:58   LB   86.6 0.5   8 10.8   AA, 5->7
    87- 11 A 00-04-10 19:39:29   LB   81.4 0.5   6 13.6   AA, 5->6
    Timings: 26.37 15.70 16.36 22.98
    87- 18 A 00-04-10 20:07:35   LB   76.1 0.2  10  7.61  FF, 3->i, sm, 5
    90-  4 B 00-04-10 20:41      LB                       S, 5
    90- 13 A 00-04-10 20:27      LB                       almost S, 5
    93- 36 B 00-04-10 20:56      LB                       S, 5
    93- 61 A 00-04-10 20:38:45   LB   80.6 0.2   4 20.2   FF, 2->i
    Timings: 20.15 20.57 19.58 20.34
    94- 23 B 00-04-10 19:51      LB                       almost S, 4
    95- 32 B 00-04-10 20:59:39   LB   76.5 0.5   4 19.1   AA, 4->i
    96- 25 B 00-04-10 20:33      LB                       S, 3
    97- 17 B 00-04-10 20:54      LB                       almost S, 4
    99- 39 B 00-04-10 20:21:45   LB  268.5 0.2 100  2.685 FF, 2->i
    Timings of each 10th fash: 26.94 26.66 26.80 27.05 26.61 26.75
    27.01 27.58 26.33 26.72
    99- 43 E 00-04-10 19:45      LB                       almost S, 5
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst                                        328 obs in 2000
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL
    
    
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