LB Obs 2014 jan 31

From: Leo Barhorst (l.barhorst@upcmail.nl)
Date: Fri Jan 31 2014 - 10:55:56 UTC

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    At first clouds, but it cleared.
    Later thin cirrus for some time and more clear spells.
    More clouds towards dawn.
    
    99999 14 531A   4172 G 20140131041235361 17 25 1858634+394203 37 S
    36095 09 063A   4172 G 20140131044410903 17 25 2000535+495637 37 S
    36095 09 063A   4172 G 20140131044420823 17 25 1956116+483526 37 S
    36095 09 063A   4172 G 20140131044430822 17 25 1948655+460734 37 S
    36095 09 063A   4172 G 20140131044440824 17 25 1942335+434177 37 S
    22639 93 026B   4172 G 20140131044710825 17 25 1845608+282783 37 S
    22639 93 026B   4172 G 20140131044720827 17 25 1858490+294453 37 S
    22639 93 026B   4172 G 20140131044730825 17 25 1907783+303325 37 S
    28537 05 004A   4172 G 20140131051032379 17 25 1838132+342430 37 S
    28537 05 004A   4172 G 20140131051042379 17 25 1838428+323520 37 S
    28541 05 004C   4172 G 20140131051042379 17 25 1839365+325676 37 S
    28537 05 004A   4172 G 20140131051047395 17 25 1838604+305550 37 S
    28541 05 004C   4172 G 20140131051052378 17 25 1839729+312412 37 S
    37162 10 046A   4172 G 20140131051652386 17 25 2016145+373994 37 S
    37162 10 046A   4172 G 20140131051712383 17 25 2012093+410371 37 S
    37162 10 046A   4172 G 20140131051722386 17 25 2009842+425300 37 S
    23710 95 059A   4172 G 20140131055243593 17 25 2244673+544685 37 S
    23710 95 059A   4172 G 20140131055253589 17 25 2229510+551323 37 S
    28479 04 046A   4172 G 20140131055743720 17 25 2254057+570425 37 S
    28479 04 046A   4172 G 20140131055753752 17 25 2242777+573259 37 F
    99998 14 531B   4172 G 20140131060443726 17 25 2233588+564870 37 S
    99998 14 531B   4172 G 20140131060453728 17 25 2240420+543703 37 S
    37222 10 062A   4172 G 20140131061353739 17 25 2122564+593171 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4172 G 20140131061733779 17 25 1951332+462360 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4172 G 20140131061733779 17 25 2000230+464234 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4172 G 20140131061743781 17 25 2005327+462482 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4172 G 20140131061743781 17 25 2013657+464243 37 S
    37380 10 062M   4172 G 20140131061823778 17 25 2001077+483521 37 S
    Cees Bassa has analyzed the 2 UNK from Jan 29th.
    They move too fast across the sky to be satellites.
    Probably meteors, as Cees saw quite a few the evening before.
    The first UNK of today was only a short track in one frame.
    The second UNK had long trails on 2 10s frames.
    Setup: WATEC 120N, Celestron Nexstar mount, NTP
    Observations made and reduced with Sattools
    Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3ASL
    
    Best regards
    Leo Barhorst
    
    
    
    
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