Obs june 14+15

Barhorst L.J.C. (L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl)
Wed, 16 Jun 1999 13:52:36 +0200

Due to daylight saving time I can only observe a short time as I have
to got up early to go to work.

63- 14 A 99-06-14 22:29:52   LB   79.0 0.5   4 19.8   AA, mag 6->inv
84-123 A 99-06-14 21:55:00   LB   76.2 0.5   3 25.4   AA, mag 4->inv
92- 76 B 99-06-15 21:36:51   LB  147.2 0.5   2 73.6   AA, mag 3->7
93- 61 A 99-06-14 21:36:35   LB  101.8 0.2   6 16.97  FF, mag -1->inv
94- 45 B 99-06-14 22:34:09   LB   86.4 0.5   1 86.4   AA, mag 4->inv
96- 25 B 99-06-14 22:20:46   LB  200.6 1.0   3 66.9   AA, mag 4->7
96- 51 B 99-06-15 22:11:29   LB   91.6 0.5   2 45.8   AA, mag 5->inv
98- 43 G 99-06-14 22:26:15   LB  101.4 0.5   2 50.7   AA, mag 4->inv
98- 43 G 99-06-15 22:02:38   LB  201.9 1.0   4 50.5   AA, mag 4->inv
99- 12 E 99-06-14 21:46:47   LB   65.0 0.2  20  3.25  FF, mag 2->5
99- 12 E 99-06-15 21:14:14   LB   65.6 0.2  20  3.28  FF, mag 2->inv
99- 12 E 99-06-15 22:52:06   LB 132.3 0.2  40  3.31  FF, 2->inv, sm, 4
Timings over 10 flashes: 33.43 32.85 33.52 32.49 sec
So it seems there are two periods?
99- 29 D 99-06-14 22:03      LB                       almost S, mag 6

The UNID I saw june 11 was identified as Iridium 79 by Ed Cannon and 
Russell Eberst.
In PPAS format
98- 51 D 99-06-11 21:32:20   LB   33.5 0.2   8  4.19  FF, mag -1->inv

Greetings and clear, dark skies
Leo Barhorst                         506 obs in 1999
52.0766 N 5.05 E 2m ASL