Obs Jan 06&09: PAN?

From: Andriy Makeyev via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2022 10:38:09 +0200
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220106211110293 17 15 0813269-064144 37 S
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220106212322400 17 15 0825386-064111 37 S+105 10
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220106210508824 17 15 0807258-064159 37 S+110 10
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220106211438183 17 15 0816547-064136 37 S+105 10
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220109213154460 17 15 0846153-064019 37 S
35815 09 047A   1244 G 20220109220212059 17 15 0916308-063911 37 S

I think the geostationary satellite I observed was PAN. 
No other bright (<11.5m) non-space-track geosats between TJS-3 (#43874) and YAMAL-402 (#39022) on Jan 06th

EVS VNC-702 (VNC-743-A2?) CCD camera on the 12cm refractor (FOV is about 36'x27'). 
Captured frames onto the computer.
Clock synced via NTP. Processed with ObsReduce.

-- 
Best regards, Andriy Makeyev
COSPAR 1244: 44.3932°N, 33.9701°E, 68.7 m

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