The last satellites I've observed

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:32:20 +0200
I have tried to hunt some several days but the weather has not accompanied
too much. Highlight, among those I have identified, on 07/16/2017, IGS 9 r
(40382) with negative magnitude, H-2A R/B (27601)  a short flare with
magnitude around 0, H-2A R / B (33500) with magnitude +1 (I used
astrometry.net). And some SL -... more tenuous
40382 was photographed around 21:16 UTC in Cepheus closer Garnet Star,
27601 was photographed around 21:20 UTC closer hanger partial cluster,
33500 was photographed around 21:10 UTC between 5 Aquilae and 61 Serpentis.

I leave a photo of a flare of the satellite NOSS 3-7 r (40978) passing with
magnitude +1 right next to the star Rasalhague around 07/21/2017, 21:27 UTC
https://www.dropbox.com/s/wp2ubwdnb3cyfam/20170721232754_Sat%20NOSS%203-7%20r%20Norad%2040978%20ID%202015-
058Q%20magn%20%2B1%20cross%20closer%20Rasalhague_SAM_6245_Filter_IV.jpg?dl=0

Today, 07/24/2017, this morning, to be the last of these days, I've seen a
lot of satellites and one seemed the ISS from Northwest to Southeast, but I
no longer have time, I'll try to save them at nova.astrometry.net user
7321. Identified Adeos (24277) with +1 to 3:27 UTC closer Altair, ERBS
(15354) with +2 to 4:21 UTC
I wonder if  http://nova.astrometry.net/user_images/1714553#annotated
07/24/2017 03:55:11 UTC with magnitude +3.5 corresponds to IGS 6 r (37814)
out of track (See between 9 and 13 Pegasi)
May in September another few days.
Regards

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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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