BD PPAS obs 2005 June, 11-20

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@skynet.be)
Date: Mon Jun 20 2005 - 20:27:25 EDT

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    The URL explaning the format of PPAS observations :
       http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo sss.s s.s nnn ss.sss comments
    77-  2 A 05-06-19 23:41:17.8 BD  163.1 3     3 54.4   +4.3->8.0
    82- 16 A 05-06-14 22:13:33.0 BD  252.7 0.2  20 12.64  F; +3.5->inv; note 2
    82- 16 A 05-06-19 22:00:20.9 BD  114.1 0.2   9 12.7   F; +2.0->inv; note 6
    85- 79 B 05-06-11 23:28:17.0 BD  140.1 2     7 20.0   A; +5.0->inv
    85- 79 B 05-06-12 01:10:07.0 BD   78.0 0.2   4 19.5   A; +4.0->inv
    87- 11 A 05-06-14 00:47:41.0 BD  210.6 0.5  18 11.7   A'a'; +3.3->8.3
    87- 60 A 05-06-19 23:11:59.0 BD  156.9 0.5  14 11.2   A; +3.5->inv
    87- 20 B 05-06-14 00:11:13.2 BD   78.2 0.5   2 39.1   A; +6.3->inv
    88- 89 A 05-06-19 22:07:24.7 BD   80.0 0.2  11  7.28  F'fFfF'; +5.0->inv;
    note 7
    89- 16 A 05-06-13 21:16:41.6 BD   59.7 0.2  29  2.10  F; +2.3->inv
    91- 29 B 05-06-14 01:01:24.1 BD  102.4 1     4  34.1  A; +4.8->inv
    91- 82 E 05-06-12 00:10:01.6 BD   20.0 0.2  20  1.00  f'ff_; +6.0->inv; note
    1
    91- 82 E 05-06-19 23:28:39.5 BD   39.7 0.2  40  0.99  f'ff_; +5.0->inv
    93- 20 B 05-06-13 22:39:59.4 BD   95.0 1     2 47.5   A; +6.0->7.5
    93- 20 B 05-06-18 21:14:17.8 BD   44.6 1     2 44.6   A; +4.8->8.0
    93- 50 A 05-06-13 21:45:34.1 BD  108.2 0.2   8 13.5   Irr; -2->inv; note 3
    93- 50 A 05-06-14 21:32:49.8 BD  162.1 0.3  12 13.50  F; -2.0->inv; note 4
    95-  2 D 05-06-19 00:44:00.5 BD  187.9 0.5   3 62.6   A; +4.5->8.0
    97- 34 C 05-06-14 21:27:01.2 BD   41.0 0.2  30  1.37  F'fF'; +6.0->inv
    97- 82 B 05-06-14 01:49:10.7 BD  113.5 0.2  16  7.09  F; +4.0->inv
    98- 76 B 05-06-12 01:27:29.3 BD  149.3 5     1 149    A; +4.3->inv
    98- 76 B 05-06-19 01:16:51.9 BD  101.3 3     1 101    A; +4.5->8.0
    99- 45 B 05-06-14 20:59:59.0 BD  118.3 0.3  20  5.92  A; +4.3->inv
    99- 57AD 05-06-18 23:52      BD                57     a; A; +5.0->7.8
    02- 36 C 05-06-19 00:28:56.0 BD  118.0 2     2 59     +5.0->7.8
    02- 46 B 05-06-13 23:12:46.5 BD   60.0 1     2 30     A; +4.5->inv
    02- 46 B 05-06-19 22:31:05.0 BD  245.7 0.3   8 30.7   A; +5.3->inv
    03- 37 C 05-06-14 00:04:18.5 BD  141.8 0.2  53  2.68  F; +5.0->inv
    03- 37 C 05-06-18 23:36:36.9 BD  230.2 0.2  50  4.61  A; +5.0->inv
    03- 37 C 05-06-19 22:46:02.3 BD   89.8 0.3  33  2.72  A; +5.3->inv
    03- 46 B 05-06-13 21:02:56.2 BD   43.8 0.5   2 21.9   A'f; +3.0->7.5
    04- 12 C 05-06-18 21:39:33   BD   74.1 5     1 74     A; +1.5->inv
    04- 21 B 05-06-20 01:02:34.8 BD  220.6 0.5  31  7.12  A; +3.0->inv
    04- 37 C 05-06-19 23:53:35.5 BD  179.4 0.5   9 19.9   A; +5.0->inv
    05-  2 B 05-06-11 23:47:44.7 BD  274.3 0.2  95  2.887 A, ssf; +6.8->inv
    05-  2 B 05-06-13 22:17:29.9 BD  170.3 0.2  50  3.41  A; +4.5->inv
    05-  2 B 05-06-18 21:34:17.8 BD  140.8 0.2  40  3.52  A; +5.0->inv
    05-  2 B 05-06-19 21:46:37.1 BD  285.6 0.2  40  7.139 A; +5.0->inv; note 5
    05- 17 C 05-06-13 21:06:38.2 BD   67.8 0.2  11  6.16  F'f; 4.0->inv
    
    notes:
    1) 91- 82 E: is it a coincidence that the flashing period equals to 1
    second?
    2) 82- 16 A: observed after an identification for a person who estimated the
                 limiting magnitude and unintentionally saw three flashes near
                 the star Kochab (beta UMi). 3) 93- 50 A: brightest flash was
    mag -2.0; flash period derived from intervals between
                 the bright flashes;
       timings: (4.14 2.48 2.71 1.11 3.19) (2.05 1.86 2.42 2.54 3.43)
                (6.57 7.46) (4.47 2.92 6.12) 13.43 (8.53 5.03) (7.86 5.73)
                13.67
    4) 93- 50 A: brightest flash was mag -2.0; flash period derived from
    intervals between
                 the bright flashes.
    5) 05-  2 B: no other maxima seen like in previous observations.
    6) 82- 16 A: After five days the max. brightness area was still near Kochab.
    7) 88- 89 A: Triggered by EC's observation I added this object to the PPAS
    program.
                 Flash period derived form the intervals between the orange
    flashes.
                 There were bright white flashes in between and less bright
    flashes.
    8) 77-  2 A: timings: (16.60 19.45 24.52) (16.95 36.08) 49.54
    
    Bram Dorreman
    COSPAR 4160
    51 16' 45.5" N  5 28' 36.6" E (WGS84) 35 m
    
    
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