TS Obs 2023-011-05/06

From: Tomi Simola via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 6 Jan 2023 12:09:11 +0200
The forecast was for a clear and cold (-15C) night, but clouds rolled in at
17 UTC. My low elevation (~300 Az / 25 El) test run still observed an ok
amount of objects. Here are the classified:

37391 11 014B   0793 G 20230105161253209 17 25 1759643+294682 37 S
37391 11 014B   0793 G 20230105161259963 17 25 1801732+302334 37 S
26905 01 040A   0793 G 20230105163951942 17 25 1834118+292942 37 S
26905 01 040A   0793 G 20230105164001544 17 25 1838913+300822 37 S
26905 01 040A   0793 G 20230105164011557 17 25 1844067+304939 37 S
26905 01 040A   0793 G 20230105164021566 17 25 1849508+313088 37 S
26905 01 040A   0793 G 20230105164031272 17 25 1855109+321103 37 S

Cheers,
Tomi

Station 0793
60.3033N, 25.0362E, 27m AMSL, STVID processing
Watec 902H Ultimate, Konica 50mm/F1.8
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