4641 SATOBS 19 Apr 2006.

From: Alberto Rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Thu Apr 20 2006 - 10:41:30 EDT

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    06235 72 082A   4641 F 200604191900
    18187 87 060A   4641 F 200604191914
    27430 02 024A   4641 F 200604191943
    28888 05 042A   4641 F 20060419200302610 17 24 0354420+814443 57 S+070 05
    28888 05 042A   4641 F 20060419200313880 17 24 0248500+795390 57 S+070 05
    26473 00 047A   4641 F 20060419201734840 17 24 1838624+592886 37 S
    27597 02 056A   4641 F 200604192032
    
    
    72 082A   two flashes naked eye mg +4  p=  103.7 . this sat  is acce-
    lerating.
    87 060A   A'A' , 7->i , p= 11s.8
    02 024A   A'A' , 6 (6.5)->i ,  p=  23seconds ?
    02 056A   This is my first obs of this sat. Seen end of big flare  mg -1 (?)
    just at the beginnig of bino obs. Sat  followed mg +6 ...+7...+8...  for  4
    minutes. Just at the end of the obs with low  elevation of 13 seen another
    flare mg +5.5 lasting 35 seconds.  P=  4 minutes  ?
    
    ERRATA CORRIGE
    1.
    4541 PPAS 20-22 Dec 2005
    03-054 B 05-12-21 19:02:55.0 AR  141.0 0.3 007 20.1   F'F', 6.5->7.5
    timings:  20s.38  20.19  20.25  20.12  19.97  20.00  20.12
    
    2.
    4641  SATOBS  18 Apr 2006
    the observed sat was #28888  05 042A instead of #28646 05 016A
    
    Alberto Rango,  Bari (Italy),  4641 41.1060N  016.9005E  20  mt.
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
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