SatObs BD (4160) 2011-04-24

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Mon Apr 25 2011 - 10:17:37 UTC

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    Positional Observations.
    IOD format see
    http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    24680 96 072A   4160 P 20110424201551180 37 15 0922508-095019 99 S+026 05
    23936 96 029E   4160 G 20110424204633520 27 15 1551159+205840 99 R+043 05
    37361 10 062L   4160 G 20110424205433450 27 15 1431401+302432 99 S+015 02
    28888 05 042A   4160 G 20110424210705530 27 15 1012500-075214 29 S+045 05
    37387 11 015A   4160 G 20110424212321340 27 15 1135265+105358 99 S+055 05
    37387 11 015A   4160 G 20110424212352640 27 15 1117566+221019 79 S+055 05
    37387 11 015A   4160 G 20110424212421780 27 15 1053057+341132 99 S+055 05
    23862 96 029D   4160 G 20110424230313840 27 15 0958258+274832 99 R+045 05
    26934 01 044A   4160 G 20110424233742960 27 15 1740235+432948 99 S+037 05
    
    Notes:
    96072A flared at 201826
    10062L was mag +1.0 about 10 seconds before my fix
    05042A flared to mag. +2 at 210656
    See also PNAS-comments and notes!
    
    Negative observations on:
    09023A
    11002A
    
    PPAS:
    PPAS-format see
    http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo sss.s s.s nnn ff.fff comments
    90- 17 B 11-04-24 21:52      BD   51           51     a; +5.8->8.5
    
    PNAS:
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss   BD  sss.s comments
    10- 17 A 11-04-24 20:22:15   BD        S; +5.8 Chertan
    78- 63 A 11-04-24 20:24:45   BD        S; +5.5 betLeo
    83- 31 B 11-04-24 20:35:20   BD        S; +5.5 samfov 99068A
    86- 55 B 11-04-24 20:36:02   BD        S; +6.5 samfov 99068A
    99- 68 A 11-04-24 20:36:44   BD        S; +3.2 near kapSer
    05- 17 A 11-04-24 20:36:48   BD        S; +6.0 samfov 99068A
    96- 29 C 11-04-24 20:43:05   BD        S; +6.8 rhoSer
    67- 45 B 11-04-24 20:54:21   BD        S; +3.5 betCrB
    11- 15 D 11-04-24 21:02:14   BD        S; +5.3 delVir
    11- 15 C 11-04-24 21:15:51   BD        S; +8.0 etaVir
    11- 15 B 11-04-24 21:16:53   BD        S; +7.5 eta Vir
    87- 60 A 11-04-24 21:18:55   BD        S; +3.4 emersion
    05- 43 G 11-04-24 21:48:22   BD        V; +4.2->inv
    05- 43 B 11-04-24 21:58:17   BD        A; +0.5->6.5 flare near alp Leo 215953
    06-  2 A 11-04-24 22:04:08   BD        S; +3.5 omiLeo 220305
    99- 64 B 11-04-24 22:12:21   BD        F; +7.0->inv one flash only very short
    84- 65 C 11-04-24 22:15:55   BD        V; +4.3->7.3 if period then lp
    02- 56 E 11-04-24 22:18:59   BD        S; +3.3 in zenith
    85- 97 B 11-04-24 22:24:43   BD        S; +3.6 epsHer
    93-  1 B 11-04-24 22:24:59   BD        S; +5.5 epsHer
    10- 62 L 11-04-24 22:33:25   BD        S; +1.7 near Menkalinan
    96- 29 E 11-04-24 22:34:02   BD        V; +4.0 epsVir
    96- 29 C 11-04-24 22:34:32   BD        S; +5.3 eps Vir
    78-  5 J 11-04-24 22:44:31   BD        S; +7.7 224220 u alpBoo
    99- 19 A 11-04-24 22:56:31   BD        A; +3.3 eta Boo
    99- 12 D 11-04-24 23:19:59   BD        S; +6.8 232030
    97- 30 G 11-04-24 23:50:08   BD        F; +1.5->inv
    Times in hh:mm:ss are prediction culmination times.
    Time or location of observation is in commentpart
    
    Notes:
    83031B, 86055B, 05017A were in same FOV while following 99068A
    05043B was surprisingly very bright near Regulus.
    10062L was easily visible one transit later traveling near beta Aur.
           it had the same magnitude as that star when closest to it.
    97030G was picked up unintentionally and identified later.
           It had some magn. +1.5 flashes, some reddish.
    
    Bram Dorreman
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m (WGS84)
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