Re: PNAS-observations July 2010 (BD)

From: gprichard (g.prichard55@optusnet.com.au)
Date: Wed Aug 04 2010 - 23:56:10 UTC

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    The Tiros observation is not that unusual. I have seen several of them
    with the unaided eye from a suburban, coastal location but not 62-25.
         Gordon
    
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Bram Dorreman" <bram.dorreman@gmail.com>
    To: "Seesat List" <SeeSat-L@satobs.org>
    Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2010 1:22 AM
    Subject: PNAS-observations July 2010 (BD)
    
    
    > When I am back at home late and cannot prepare a night of satellite
    > observing I sometimes relax: just sit and look at the sky and pick up
    a lot
    > of bright satellites of which I read the time and magnitude on my
    voice
    > recorder.
    > Following list contains PNAS-observations of which most are those of
    > my relaxed form of observing. Not all found objects are listed.
    > But a lot of time is needed to identify those objects afterwards.
    >
    > As in my previous reports the time in the comment part is the actual
    > time of observation followed by the right ascension and declination in
    > format hhmmsdd in which
    > hhmm is the right ascension in hours and minutes
    > s is the sign of the declination
    > dd is the declination in degrees.
    >
    > 62- 25 A 10-07-10 00:01:26   BD                       A; +3.0->inv
    000221
    > 64- 53 B 10-07-09 22:58:12   BD                       S; +2.9 225817
    1805+38
    > 66- 40 B 10-07-08 21:46:48   BD                       S; +3.9 214646
    2013+51
    > 68- 40 B 10-07-09 22:06:27   BD                       S; +3.5 220647
    2110+32
    > 70- 83 B 10-07-08 22:15:38   BD                       S; +3.6 221517
    2033+18
    > 72- 76 A 10-07-08 21:15:39   BD                       S; +2.8 211512
    1733+27
    > 75- 87 A 10-07-09 22:21:24   BD                       A; +3.7 221957
    1949+11
    > 77- 59 B 10-07-09 21:37:50   BD                       S; +3.5 213944
    1743+02
    > 77-112 D 10-07-04 23:43:04   BD                       S; +6.3 234342
    1801+15
    > 77-112 E 10-07-09 22:01:13   BD                       S; +3.6 220024
    1900+31
    > 83- 99 A 10-07-05 01:19:59   BD                       S; +3.5 011813
    2130-06
    > 85- 79 B 10-07-08 21:50:23   BD                       V; +3.8 215137
    1828+19
    > 86- 19 A 10-07-08 21:30:43   BD                       A; +1.5 213236
    1406+01
    > 87- 98 B 10-07-05 00:47:02   BD                       S; +4.4 004535
    2118+05
    > 88- 39 B 10-07-05 00:39:33   BD                       S; +3.8 003819
    2225+02
    > 88- 89 A 10-07-09 22:47:29   BD                       F; +2.5->inv
    224648
    > 90-111 B 10-07-09 21:43:05   BD                       A; +3.8 214418
    1840+20
    > 96- 14 B 10-07-04 23:38:25   BD                       S; +8.3 233610
    1942-01
    > 97- 56 E 10-07-05 01:16:33   BD                       S; +5.6 011551
    1905+33
    > 99- 12 B 10-07-09 22:52:59   BD                       S; +5.2 225019
    1919-07
    > 99- 64 C 10-07-08 21:55:03   BD                       S; +1.3 215436
    2003+07
    > 99- 64 C 10-07-09 22:10:59   BD                       S; +3.7 221046
    1859+44
    > 02- 22 A 10-07-05 01:21:15   BD                       A; +2.7 012346
    2158-11
    > 03-  9 A 10-07-09 21:47:25   BD                       A; +0.0 214619
    1619+01
    > 03- 49 C 10-07-05 00:48:48   BD                       S; +7.0 004743
    2334+22
    > 04- 26 A 10-07-05 01:28:45   BD                       A; +0.3 013045
    2049-19
    > 04- 46 B 10-07-08 21:52:00   BD                       S; +3.4 215328
    1704-13
    > 05-  2 B 10-07-05 00:32:07   BD                       S; +5.9 003354
    1923+11
    > 06- 16 A 10-07-05 01:22:11   BD                       A; +1.0 012615
    2148-24
    > 06- 16 B 10-07-05 01:22:29   BD                       A; +2.3 012620
    2153-23
    > 06- 37 A 10-07-05 00:43:44   BD                       S; +3.2 004235
    2127+08
    > 07-  5 A 10-07-10 00:46:37   BD                       S; +1.8 004625
    2007+37
    > 08- 40 G 10-07-04 23:21:27   BD                       V; +5.2->6.7
    alpBoo
    > 08- 42 A 10-07-08 21:42:26   BD                       V; +3.0->inv
    214135
    > 08- 57 B 10-07-04 23:39:34   BD                       S; +3.8 234024
    2222+02
    > 08- 64 B 10-07-08 22:33:21   BD                       S; +3.0 223320
    1534+27
    > 09- 21 B 10-07-09 22:10:01   BD                       S; +2.3 220949
    1420+20
    > 09- 36 A 10-07-04 23:09:09   BD                       S; +8.3 231033
    1913+32
    > 09- 36 D 10-07-04 23:03:24   BD                       V; +6.0->7.5
    betSer, lp
    > 09- 39 C 10-07-04 23:46:05   BD                       V; +4.8 lp
    > 09- 66 B 10-07-08 21:44:21   BD                       A; -1.0 214531
    1106+44
    > 10- 13 B 10-07-05 01:14:00   BD                       S; +6.2 011223
    1926+17
    >
    > Concerns 62- 25 A:
    > Is it amazing to see an old TIROS as such a bright object for a short
    while?
    > There was no other object moving in the same direction and same
    location
    > at that time, so I am quite confident this is the right object.
    >
    > Some old NOSS-objects can sometimes be bright, look at 77-112E
    >
    > Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m
    >
    > Bram Dorreman
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