PPASObs 4160 (BD) 2011-05-25

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Jun 07 2011 - 23:14:37 UTC

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    I had no opportunity to prepare other observations than Nanosat.
       Therefore I just watched the sky until the time of Nanosat arrived. I looked
       at the sky by unaided eyes and spoke comments in my voicerecorder.
       Above is the result of my unprepared watching. All objects have been
       identified afterwards by replaying what I noticed as voicerecordings.
    
    PNAS-records:
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss   BD  sss.s comments
    02-  5 B 11-05-25 21:29:47   BD        L; +3.5 gamLeo
    92- 86 C 11-05-25 21:32:27   BD        S; +1.5 zetBoo; range 675 km
    98- 10 A 11-05-25 21:34:34   BD        L; +3.0 gamLeo
    05- 17 A 11-05-25 21:39:49   BD        S; +3.4 lamVir
    98- 10 E 11-05-25 21:43:48   BD        L; -5.0 gamLeo
    09- 66 A 11-05-25 21:45:30   BD        S; +4.4 gamCom
    03-  9 A 11-05-25 21:47:36   BD        S; +0.7 epsVir
    78-121 B 11-05-25 21:48:20   BD        S; +3.7 etaLeo
    02- 56 E 11-05-25 21:48:40   BD        S; +1.7 ksiHer
    95- 21 A 11-05-25 21:49:35   BD        S; +3.1 gamCom
    78- 64 A 11-05-25 21:49:47   BD        S; +2.3 iotUMa = Talitha
    97- 34 C 11-05-25 21:55:24   BD        F; -1.0->inv some flashes at
    Unuk (alpSer)
    71- 89 A 11-05-25 21:57:26   BD        S; +3.3 theLeo (=Chertan)
    93- 50 A 11-05-25 22:02:30   BD        F; +2.1->inv fp a 5
    04- 21 A 11-05-25 22:05:08   BD        S; +4.4 lamOph (=Marfik)
    99- 49 B 11-05-25 22:08:25   BD        F; +2.5->inv; 1)
    99- 71 A 11-05-25 22:18:00   BD        S; +3.2 geosat
    09- 21 B 11-05-25 22:21:17   BD        S; +2.0 zetVir
    99- 29 C 11-05-25 22:21:30   BD        F; +3.6->inv gamDra
    97- 64 A 11-05-25 22:32:54   BD        L; +0.5->2.5 flare near alpBoo(=Arcturus)
    98-  8 A 11-05-25 22:39:52   BD        F; +3.0->inv One flash in Zenith; 1)
    97- 34 B 11-05-25 22:46:55   BD        L; +2.0->inv upsHer
    07- 30 B 11-05-25 22:47:41   BD        S; +2.4 gamUMa
    97- 34 D 11-05-25 23:01:21   BD        L; +4.0 zetBoo
    
    Notes:
    1) 99049B and 98008A are Globalstars in RIP orbit.
       RIP = "Rest in Peace".
       RIP-orbit is better known as graveyard orbit.
       In fact these objects might be moving up to an even higher orbit
       than on my observation day. I have to verify.
       Or some other observer might know.
    
    
    Bram Dorreman
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m (WGS84)
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