Photometric Observations 2010-04-09 BD

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Apr 11 2010 - 11:08:18 UTC

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    PPAS
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo sss.s s.s nnn ff.fff comments
    92- 20 B 10-04-09 20:40      BD   38   1     1 38     A; +6.0->7.8; 3)
    93- 50 A 10-04-09 20:33:35.3 BD   35.6 0.2  10  3.6   F; +5.5->inv
    94- 17 B 10-04-09 03:18:27.6 BD   68.3 0.2   3 22.8   F'aa_; +2.8->inv; 1)
    09- 59 D 10-04-09 19:53:03.5 BD   90.5 0.5   5 18.1   A'aa_; +5.5->inv; 2)
    09- 36 D 10-04-09 21:20:32.1 BD   70.0 0.2  10  7.0   A'a; +4.8->7.5
    10-  9 D 10-04-09 20:02:05.0 BD  126.5 0.3   4 31.6   F; +4.3->inv
    
    PNAS
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo                      comments
    78- 31 B 10-04-09 21:15:28   BD                       S; +5.5; 4)
    80- 56 B 10-04-09 20:22:56   BD                       S; +4.8; 4)
    96- 72 A 10-04-09 19:22:52   BD    8                  flare +0.6
    02- 24 A 10-04-09 21:03      BD                       FA; +1.5->inv
    10- 10 C 10-04-09 20:56:37   BD                       S; +5.4; 5)
    
    Notes:
    1) After a bright flash a lot of small round maxima followed.
    2) Difficult to find a retruning flash pattern. This observation is less
       accurate than the one the day before.
    3) Kosmos-rocket-check: this body showed variability, needs confirmation
    4) Kosmos-rocket-check
    5) RA 09:34 dec +34.5 Az 216.4 alt 70.4 range 2158 km
    
    General notes:
    
    For Variable objects: the reported time is the time of the last maximum
      as usual for PPAS-objects
    
    For flaring objects the time is that of the estimated middle of the flare
      If the flare lasted some time its end time has been specified and its
      duration is in the sss.s column
    
    For Steady objects: the reported time is the time of culmination
      However when location or range has been specified in the notes
      this time applies applies to that location and/or range
    
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E (WGS84), 35 m
    Bram Dorreman
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