Obs feb 21 & 26

Barhorst L.J.C. (L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl)
Mon, 01 Mar 1999 09:38:56 +0100

During my winterholiday in Austria I had little oppertunity to observe.
The first days there was a lot of snow. Not so much that it was dangerous
due to avalanches, but very good for skiing.
On the 21st some fog came in soon after I started observing; on the 26th
there was some haze.

However I did observe the following satellites:

79- 30 B 99-02-26 04:30:59   LB  125.7 1.0   1 126    MM, mag 4->6
87- 11 A 99-02-26 03:42:26   LB   59.3 0.2  10  5.93  AA, mag 4->7
87- 20 B 99-02-26 04:41:40   LB   97.2 0.5   4 24.3   AA, mag 6->7
94- 41 B 99-02-26 04:11:42   LB  145.9 1.0   2 72.9   MM, mag 4->inv
94- 61 B 99-02-21 03:37      LB                       S, mag 7
95- 17 D 99-02-21 03:33:45   LB   58.1 0.5   2 29.1   AA, mag 5->7
96- 14 B 99-02-26 04:24:20   LB  122.1 0.5   2 61.1   FF, mag 1->6
98- 72 C 99-02-26 04:15:14   LB   74.1 0.2  20  3.70  AA, mag 5->inv

I also observed 96- 51 B variing between mag 3 to 7, but couldn't make
a timing. Estimated period aroud 60 seconds.

Location of the observations:
Innerkrems, Karnten, Austria
46.55 N, 13.40 E 1600 m ASL

Greetings and clear skies
Leo Barhorst