Obs 960613.lb

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Fri, 14 Jun 96 18:07:11 PDT

79- 30 B 96-06-13 22:12:37   LB  130.9 0.5  10 13.1   AA, mag 5->inv
89- 17 B 96-06-13 21:57:54   LB   64.0 0.5   4 16.0   AA,mag 5->inv,ssm,mag 7
90-105 A 96-06-13 21:30      LB                       slowly var, 5(6)->inv
92- 30 J 96-06-13 22:47:55   LB   65.6 0.2  10  6.56  FF, mag 5->inv
96- 17 B 96-06-13 22:24:59   LB   41.0 0.5  10  4.1   AA, mag 5->inv



In addition to this observations I watched the NOSS 2-3 triangle; or 
better trio as they moved on a straight line.
I made three timings as they passed close to a star.

In the direction of their motion I labelled them C, D and E
Time		C	D	E	Position
??		0.00	1.33	4.33	close to Chi Uma
??		0.00	1.68	4.35	??
22:38:55 UT	0.00	2.38	4.70	RA = 10h, d = +82
The times below D and E is elapsed time since C passed the star.



Looking for MIR debris I saw in 7 minutes before MIR three objects.
All were measured passing the same point (RA=13h00 d=+15).
I've to identify them; but for now they are labelled ZY, ZX and ZW.

86- 17 ZY	22:54:32	1,33	FF, mag 5->inv
86- 17 ZX	22:54:46		S, mag 6
86- 17 ZW	22:56:33		S, mag 6
86- 17 A	22:59:12		S, mag -1


At the beginning of the MIR-watch I saw an unknown at 22:53:43, 7,85 sec
AA, moving from RA=13 d=+14 to RA=15 d=+5. This is a different orbit than
the MIR.

Greetings
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Name: Leo Barhorst    Alkmaar (Neth) 
52 deg 38 min N      4 deg  47 min E     2 m ASL
E-mail: leobarhorst@pi.net   also a member of Seesat-L
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