BD-obs 2004-01-02

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@skynet.be)
Date: Fri Jan 02 2004 - 17:13:59 EST

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    Happy new year to all of you, for your health and relations and may I wish
    you
    a lot of satellite observing fun.
    
    Here is my first modest contribution.
    
    IOD:
    28097 03 054C   4160 G 20040102180050110 27 15 2314365+240610 00 S+043 05
    
    PPAS:
    91- 82 A 04-01-02 17:12:43.2 BD   85.8 0.3  12 28.6   I, 2->i
       Timings:
      11.84 + 7.16 + 7.08 + 2.39 = 28.47
      11.94 + 7.15 + 7.03 + 2.84 = 28.96
      2.14 + 16.43 + 6.85 + 2.90 = 28.32
      Several bright and faint flashes.
    
    01- 23 B 04-01-02 16:57:10.9 BD   81.5 1     1 82     R, 6->i
    03- 50 B 04-01-02 17:39:46.8 BD   45.8 0.2  20  2.29  I, 5->i
      Timings:
      1.85 1.53 1.84 2.66 3.00 3.05 2.34 1.91 1.54 2.04
      2.55 2.67 2.91 2.65 3.30 2.23 2.69 2.49 2.59 3.06
    
    03- 54 B 04-01-02 17:55:22.3 BD  170.0 0.3  11 15.45  I, 3->i
      Timings:
      15.20
      11.59 + 4.75 = 16.34
      14.91
      7.54 + 4.01 + 4.17 = 15.72
      15.14
      31.12 (missed one max)
      15.52
      14.93
      15.54
      15.58
      Intermediate maxima were flashes of different magnitude and color
    
    To all PPAS observers: I am now completing the 2004 observations.
    Thanks for your reports.
    
    Due to all kinds of family affairs I was very "irregular" in my observing
    and PPAS processing.
    I hope it will improve this year.
    
    Best reagrds
    Bram Dorreman,
    COSPAR 4160 (Achel 1):
    51 16' 45.5" N (51.2793 N),
    5 28' 36.6" E (5.4768 E)
    
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