Obs 970115

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Wed, 15 Jan 1997 22:00:53 +0100

65- 98 C 97-01-15 18:27      LB                       S, mag 5
83-  4 A 97-01-15 18:12      LB                       almost S, mag 5
87- 27 B 97-01-15 17:09:37   LB   90.9 2.0   2 45     MM, mag 3->inv
88-  6 A 97-01-15 17:46:02   LB   30.3 0.5   6  5.0   AA, mag 5->6
88- 78 A 97-01-15 18:23:54   LB   26.9 0.2  20  1.34  FF, mag 4->5
88-102 A 97-01-15 17:17      LB   30.7 1.0   2 15.3   MM, mag 4->7
90- 57 B 97-01-14 04:04      LB                       S, mag 7
91-  7 B 97-01-15 17:24:10   LB  133.4 0.5   4 33.4   AA, mag 6->inv
91- 29 B 97-01-15 18:40:27   LB  133.5 2.0   2 67     MM, mag 5->inv
95-  2 D 97-01-15 17:54:20   LB   97.4 0.2  10  9.74  AA, mag 5->inv
96- 51 B 97-01-15 18:04:15   LB  331.3 0.2 460  0.720 FF, mag 3->inv

Using Skymap I identified the unknown that I observed yesterday just in front of 
93- 55 C as 90- 57 B.

Not yet hard evidence that 91-  7 B is indeed accelerating.

96- 51 B was sometimes hard to measure. But using laptimings when the flashes
were countable, I was able to determine the total number of flashes.

-- 
Greetings and clear skies

Leo Barhorst		Alkmaar			The Netherlands
52.65 North		4.767 East		1 m ASL
Member of Seesat-L
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Every day I wonder about the things I see in the (night)sky