LB obs 2004 Aug 11+12

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Thu Aug 12 2004 - 11:22:40 EDT

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    The last hot day in a row; the night not as warm as the last two.
    Some cirris and thicker clouds in the south.
    Saw several nice and bright perseids and a lot of fainter ones.
    Just after midnight UT more cirrus.
    
      The URL explaning the numbers :
       http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    
    01- 56 F 04-08-11 22:19:51   LB   44.8 0.5   1 44.8   AA, 3->7
    Timings: 44.82 sec.
    
    01- 56 F 04-08-12 00:00:26   LB  176.0 0.5   4 44.0   AA, 5->i
    Timings: 39.07 41.92 43.24 51.80 sec.
    
    02- 54 C 04-08-11 22:42:04   LB   37.2 0.5   3 12.4   AA, 4->i
    Timings: 12.51 11.49 13.21 sec.
    
    03-  2 C 04-08-11 23:54:10   LB   82.3 0.5   9  9.1   AA, 4->7
    Timings: 9.22 10.03 7.33 9.80 6.51 13.90 7.36 10.65 7.54 sec.
    
    03-  9 C 04-08-11 20:50:52   LB                       flare mag 3, rest 4 +
    5
    Was first almost S, 4; then flared and afterwards S, 5.
    
    03- 37 C 04-08-11 23:05:23   LB   94.9 0.5  11  8.62  AA, 4->i
    Timings: 8.49 8.73 9.59 7.44 9.04 9.18 8.17 8.76 8.36 8.81 8.30 sec.
    
    04- 12 C 04-08-11 21:40:22   LB  132.5 0.5  17  7.79  AA, 3->7
    Timings:  6.51 7.01 7.15 8.15 7.00 9.80 7.81 7.87 8.46 8.20
    7.43 7.66 7.95 7.82 6.75 9.13 7.76 sec.
    
    04- 12 C 04-08-11 23:13:54   LB   91.4 0.5  12  7.62  AA, 3->7
    Timings:  6.94 6.71 6.92 6.74 6.88 6.91 6.80 7.54 7.57 7.25 7.72
    7.34 7.96 sec.
    
    04- 21 B 04-08-11 23:24:12   LB  190.0 0.2 250  0.760 FF, 5->i
    Timings:  6.79 6.71 6.92 6.74 6.88 6.91 6.80 7.54 7.57 7.25 7.89
    7.93 7.88 7.13 8.17 8.06 7.68 8.26 7.53 8.26 7.31 8.51 8.34 7.47
    9.44 sec.
    
    76- 19 A 04-08-12 00:08:48   LB  104.1 0.2  19  5.48  FF, 4->i
    Timings:  5.36 5.38 5.40 5.55 5.28 5.40 5.46 5.43 5.60 5.33 5.40
    5.53 5.53 5.50 5.54 5.59 5.58 5.65 5.62 sec.
    
    81-119 B 04-08-11 22:49:28   LB  245.2 0.2  30  8.17  FF, 5->i
    Timings: 8.47 17.65 8.75 17.50 17.59 8.67 17.59 8.85 8.71 52.63
    8.70 8.81 17.42 8.80 8.75 8.76 8.36 8.81 8.30 sec.
    Several maxima were not or barely seen.
    
    85- 55 B 04-08-11 22:14:11   LB  191.9 0.2  20  9.59  FF, 6->i
    Timings: 9.97 19.30 19.16 10.17 56.27 77.02 sec.
    Hard to observe, also due to some cirrus.
    
    85- 97 B 04-08-11 21:15      LB                       S, 5
    90- 46 B 04-08-11 21:24      LB                       S, 3
    90- 81 K 04-08-11 21:53:22   LB  103.5 0.5  25  4.14  AA, 4->i
    Timings:  4.12 8.28 6.73 7.01 4.73 4.35 6.21 7.96 17.94 7.23 7.17
    9.17 7.04 5.55 sec.
    
    97- 56 C 04-08-11 21:12      LB                       flare to -4
    Saw this bright Iridium 36 (24967) flare just south of CAS, while looking
    for Perseids. Was perhaps brighter than mag -4.
    
    2004: 476 obs
    PPAS: 13532 obs
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst, Medemblik NL
    Cospar 4252 52.76350 N 5.09114 E 2 m ASL
    http://www.home.zonnet.nl/leobarhorst/index.html
    
    
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