Satobs BD (4160) 2011-04-18

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 19 2011 - 01:10:43 UTC

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    Positional Observations.
    IOD format see
    http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    79936 11 014A   4160 G 20110418200629230 27 15 0550027+095216 29 S+065 10
    79937 11 014B   4160 G 20110418200658830 27 15 0559277+082455 29 S+072 10
    23862 96 029D   4160 G 20110418215701940 27 15 2241348+831832 49 I+040 05
    23862 96 029D   4160 G 20110418215806810 27 15 1755112+720018 29 I+040 05
    
    Notes:
    For the 11014-launch I apllied the catalognumbers 79936 and 79937 as suggested
    by Ted Molczan.
    96029D was varying in brightness between about +4.0 and +9.2.
    
    PPAS:
    PPAS-format see
    http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss   BD  sss.s s.s nnn ff.ff  comments
    02- 36 C 11-04-18 23:18:44.0 BD  131.6 0.2  14  9.40  A; +5.0->inv
    
    PNAS:
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss   BD  sss.s comments
    01- 40 C 11-04-18 21:00:13   BD        S; +4.6 210412 the Crt
    01- 40 A 11-04-18 21:00:20   BD        S; +4.6 210418 the Crt
    99- 68 A 11-04-18 21:13:15   BD        S; +2.6 211238 below alp CVn
    10- 48 A 11-04-18 21:16:09   BD        S; +5.3 211711 eta Cnc
    65- 65 C 11-04-18 21:24:02   BD        I; +6.0->inv 15x80
    07- 27 A 11-04-18 21:29:53   BD        A; +2.8->4.5; brigthened to 2m8
    near pi Her
    07- 27 C 11-04-18 21:30:01   BD        S; +4.3 no brightening
    86- 55 B 11-04-18 21:58:33   BD        S; +5.0 samfov 96029D
    91- 76 E 11-04-18 22:27:15   BD        A; see 2)
    91- 76 C 11-04-18 22:30:56   BD        S; +6.5
    91- 76 D 11-04-18 22:31:15   BD        S; +7.3
    09- 72 C 11-04-18 22:38:38   BD        S; +5.6 223833 gam Leo
    90- 17 B 11-04-18 22:41:44   BD        V; +5.1->inv tau Her
    93- 24 B 11-04-18 22:43:56   BD        S; +5.5 same fov as 90017B
    
    2) 91076E was picked up at Wasat (del Gem) having about this star's
    magnitude (+3.5)
       from about 22h 24m 24s its magnitude reached +2.0
       from about 22h 24m 57s its magnitude reached +1.5
       from about 22h 25m 17s its magnitude was about +1.0
       After that time it faded
    3) Some time later 91076C passes followed by 91076D. Both were steady but with
       different magnitudes as specified.
    
    Bram Dorreman
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m (WGS84)
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