Obs July 5-6 for PPAS

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@skynet.be)
Date: Tue Jul 06 2004 - 20:36:51 EDT

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    yy-nnncc.yy-mm-dd.hh:mm:ss.t.obs.sss.t.s.s.nnn.ss.tht.comment
    76- 19 A 04-07-06 00:08:42.8 BD  236.3 0.1  44  5.37  8.0->i, note 4
    77-  2 A 04-07-05 21:25:55.5 BD   61.7 0.2   6 10.3   4.0->i
    92- 73 B 04-07-06 00:54:14.4 BD   69.5 1     2 34.8   5.3->i
    02- 37 E 04-07-05 22:31:49.1 BD   41.7 0.2  10  4.17  6.0->i
    02- 54 C 04-07-05 21:30:43.1 BD  138.1 0.2   6 23.0   3.5->i, note 1.
    02- 54 C 04-07-05 23:07:00.0 BD   89.4 0.2   8 11.2   F, 4.0->i, hp?
    03- 23 B 04-07-05 23:36:27.3 BD  274.9 0.2  50  5.50  4.5->i, note 3.
    03- 42 B 04-07-05 21:50:21.0 BD   76.4 0.2   3 25.5   4.5->i
    03- 46 B 04-07-05 21:38:18.2 BD  175.7 0.2  19  9.25  2.0->i, note 2.
    04- 21 B 04-07-06 00:44:20.1 BD   54.6 0.3 100  0.546 sa
    04- 21 B 04-07-06 00:45:17.6 BD   57.5 0.3 100  0.575
    04- 21 B 04-07-06 00:46:16.7 BD   59.1 0.3 100  0.591
    04- 21 B 04-07-06 00:47:16.2 BD   59.5 0.3 100  0.595
    04- 25 B 04-07-05 21:20      BD                 6     a, 7->i
    
    Objects with (possible) variablity:
    
    81- 84 B 04-07-05 22:24      BD  5.0->i, long period
    87- 49 B 04-07-05 23:45      BD  5.0->i, long period
    97- 34 E 04-07-05 23:11      BD  3.1->5.0
    02- 37 H 04-07-05 22:18      BD  8.5->i
    03- 36 B 04-07-06 00:36      BD  5.5->7.5
    04- 25 J 04-07-05 21:55      BD  5.0->i
    
    Objects with steady brightness (which were Variable some
    time in the past)
    88- 50 A 04-07-05 21:45      BD  4.4
    88-102 A 04-07-05 23:02      BD  6.5
    92- 30 J 04-07-05 23:26      BD  8.0 followed in Dobson
    97- 17 B 04-07-05 23:00      BD  5.5
    00- 29 C 04-07-06 01:07      BD  6.5 (Briz tank)
    02- 58 F 04-07-05 21:59      BD  5.1
    
    notes:
    1) 02- 54 C in South several secondary maxima.
    2) 03- 46 B in South several secondary maxima including
       mag. +2 flashes.
    3) 03- 23 B secondary maxima which abruptly disappeared
       at 23:33:14.5
    4) 76- 19 A telescopic observation, many secondary flashes
       about 2 magnitudes fainter, not always present.
       The URL explaning the numbers :
       http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    Bram Dorreman
    COSPAR 4160
    51 16' 45.5" N  5 28' 36.6" E (WGS84) 35 m
    
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