DMB Obs Apr 17/18

From: davidbrierley--- via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 12:43:45 +0100
Low cloud eventually cleared from the SW, leaving a mostly
clear, though hazy moonlit sky.
I saw two transits of NROL-85 close to the track predicted
by Marco Langbroek from observing the previous two transits,
at least 2 magnitudes fainter than a typical NOSS.
Other observations to follow.

2299901267522041723392564  010  22062918  +46282   30 5
2299901267522041723395686  010  22061503  +52059   20 5
2299901267522041723402821  010  22055436  +58000   30 5
2299901267522041723405764  010  22052473  +63232   10 5
1300201267522041800323840  010  22214703  +60467   20 5
1300201267522041800325169  010  22223384  +61505   20 5
1300201267522041800332087  010  22000141  +60550   15 5
2299901267522041801320232  020  22061940  +58596   15 5
2299901267522041801325438  010  22052145  +66556   20 5
2299901267522041801343645  030  22004999  +70573   30 5
999

David M Brierley
Malvern, WR14 1LQ, UK
Station 2675 52.1358N 2.3264W 70m
davidbrierley_at_waitrose.com
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