LB Obs 2016 Feb 12 pm

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 12 Feb 2016 20:20:36 +0100
Just a few satellites in clearings in between clouds, before it clouded
over.

16735 86 039A   4172 G 20160212173414857 17 25 0729378+294538 37 S
16735 86 039A   4172 G 20160212173424862 17 25 0739590+315996 37 S
22784 93 055C   4172 G 20160212173546849 17 25 0731685+284796 37 S
22784 93 055C   4172 G 20160212173554864 17 25 0739621+303440 37 S
22784 93 055C   4172 G 20160212173604860 17 25 0750009+324373 37 S
25679 99 019D   4172 G 20160212173554864 17 25 0734091+312768 37 F
25679 99 019D   4172 G 20160212173604860 17 25 0738949+302927 37 S
23342 94 074A   4172 G 20160212173608844 17 25 0737884+282842 37 S
23342 94 074A   4172 G 20160212173614856 17 25 0743737+304822 37 S
23342 94 074A   4172 G 20160212173621875 17 25 0751222+333074 37 S
20642 90 050E   4172 G 20160212173734860 17 25 0732374+273754 37 S
20642 90 050E   4172 G 20160212173744856 17 25 0749118+285727 37 S
21808 91 076D   4172 G 20160212175824852 17 25 0709464+280833 37 S
21808 91 076D   4172 G 20160212175834853 17 25 0711268+260737 37 S
17122 86 019S   4172 G 20160212180204857 17 25 0723135+262951 37 S
17122 86 019S   4172 G 20160212180211873 17 25 0728554+292676 37 S
39462 13 072A   4172 G 20160212181116823 17 25 0602327+570662 37 S
39462 13 072A   4172 G 20160212181124837 17 25 0540784+565297 37 S
39013 12 066C   4172 G 20160212183544425 17 25 0741393+370541 37 S
39013 12 066C   4172 G 20160212183554421 17 25 0744117+343259 37 S
39012 12 066B   4172 G 20160212183604403 17 25 0751915+351498 37 S
39012 12 066B   4172 G 20160212183606386 17 25 0752318+344415 37 S
25289 98 021E   4172 G 20160212184014401 17 25 1255368+632821 37 S
25289 98 021E   4172 G 20160212184024397 17 25 1315209+624002 37 S
36105 09 066B   4172 G 20160212184442408 17 25 1302408+602111 37 S
36105 09 066B   4172 G 20160212184444398 17 25 1308282+602540 37 S

See for the IOD-format:   http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html

The residuals of the classified satellites are low.
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Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3 ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst
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