Obs Jun8 with Proton objects

vince gardiner (vgardi@coffs.net.au)
Mon, 09 Jun 1997 07:26:28 +1000

Vince Gardiner, VAG, Lat = -30.35, Long = +153.082, Alt = 12 m
63- 47 F 97-06-08 09:35      VAG 130.9 0.5   2  65.5 AA mag10->inv
65- 34 A 97-06-08 10:21      VAG 136.9 0.5  11 12.45 FF mag10->inv
70-103 A 97-06-08 10:09      VAG 195.7 0.5   9  21.7 AA mag9->11
81-116 J 97-06-08 08:09      VAG                     S mag8
85- 55 B 97-06-08 08:30      VAG 178.9 0.2  20  8.94 FF mag6->10
86- 37 B 97-06-08 09:43      VAG 105.2 2.0   1   105 AA mag6->10
87-  6 B 97-06-08 08:01      VAG  55.3 2.0   1    55 AA mag4->inv
90- 10 A 97-06-08 08:22      VAG                     S mag8
91-  1 B 97-06-08 10:32      VAG 235.6 2.0   5  47.1 AA mag9->12 sm
96-  4 B 97-06-08 09:53      VAG 188.3 1.0   5  37.7 AA mag9->12
97- 28 A 97-06-08 09:19      VAG                     S mag8
97- 28 C 97-06-08 09:16      VAG  86.3 0.5   3  28.8 AA mag7->inv
97- 28 D 97-06-08 07:41      VAG                     Flashing to mag 6.
97- 28 F 97-06-08 09:25      VAG                     Flashing mag 12 lp

Had an opportunity last night to observe objects from the Proton launch.
#24830 97- 28D was flashing nicely, but modern technology hiccups
stopped
me from getting a time.
24833 97- 28F is an erratic flasher but was only at mag 12->inv with
some
sparkles. dtm.

Regards,
Vince Gardiner.   vgardi@coffs.net.au
Coffs Harbour N.S.W. Australia
-30.35   +153.082