Obs970329 morning

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Sat, 29 Mar 1997 11:07:11 +0100

79- 46 A 97-03-29 02:52      LB                       var, mag 4->6
81- 13 A 97-03-29 02:07      LB                       slowly var, mag 4->7
these two sats were seen as UNID's and id-ed with Skymap+Alldat.tle

90-  4 B 97-03-29 01:48:47   LB   78.6 0.5   6 13.1   AA, mag 5->inv
92-  8 B 97-03-29 01:37:07   LB   40.4 0.2  10  4.04  AA, mag 4->inv
Good flasher, going up smoothly

92- 30 J 97-03-29 01:43:59   LB   68.7 0.5   4 17.2   AA, mag 4->inv
also going up smoothly

93- 70 B 97-03-29 01:31:15   LB   25.5 0.5   1 25.5   AA, mag 5->inv
96-  4 B 97-03-29 02:40:41   LB   88.4 0.5   7 12.6   Aa, mag 4->inv
96- 29 C 97-03-29 02:15:26.2 LB                       S, 5, RA=12h30 d=+70, +D+E
passage of Kappa Draco at given time; D at 02:15:28.2 and E at 02:15:32.5

96- 51 A 97-03-29 02:37      LB                       S, mag 5+
96- 51 B 97-03-29 03:09:01   LB   45.1 0.1  50  0.901 FF, mag 3->inv
bright flasher, going up slightly

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Greetings and clear skies

Leo Barhorst		Alkmaar			The Netherlands
52.65 North		4.767 East		1 m ASL
Member of Seesat-L
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Every day I wonder about the things I see in the (night)sky