LB Obs Mar 16-17 night

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 05:34:17 +0100
As it was a clear night the camera was kept running and pointed at the
north
apex of the NOSS satellites at Az 30 en El 30 degrees.
With the earthshadow still a bit too high only a few satsellites were
imaged.

37386 and 37391 have higher residuals  on both passes; see below.
Could they have manoeuvred?

15100 84 072B   4172 G 20160316220014147 17 25 1803910+604722 37 S
15100 84 072B   4172 G 20160316220021156 17 25 1814606+602169 37 S
15100 84 072B   4172 G 20160316220031154 17 25 1828883+594083 37 S
37391 11 014B   4172 G 20160316225245143 17 25 1924159+602589 37 S
37391 11 014B   4172 G 20160316225251143 17 25 1921749+592402 37 S
37386 11 014A   4172 G 20160316225253363 17 25 1923257+601072 37 S
37386 11 014A   4172 G 20160316225301152 17 25 1920406+585226 37 S
37391 11 014B   4172 G 20160316225258164 17 25 1919317+581392 37 S
26907 01 040C   4172 G 20160316231011172 17 25 1851738+582139 37 S
26907 01 040C   4172 G 20160316231018188 17 25 1853532+571263 37 S
37386 11 014A   4172 G 20160317004411138 17 25 2107371+592211 37 S
37391 11 014B   4172 G 20160317004411138 17 25 2100585+581556 37 S
37386 11 014A   4172 G 20160317004421144 17 25 2058427+574379 37 S
37391 11 014B   4172 G 20160317004421144 17 25 2052312+563693 37 S
23862 96 029D   4172 G 20160317010531163 17 25 2045192+584152 37 S
23862 96 029D   4172 G 20160317010538173 17 25 2047520+572454 37 S
19922 89 028B   4172 G 20160317012331150 17 25 2149839+590194 37 S
19922 89 028B   4172 G 20160317012341149 17 25 2132659+584191 37 S
19922 89 028B   4172 G 20160317012351144 17 25 2115202+581087 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20160317013602161 17 25 2200685+614105 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20160317013611161 17 25 2156703+601955 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20160317013621163 17 25 2152752+584954 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20160317013631164 17 25 2149364+572184 37 S
15032 84 056B   4172 G 20160317020201153 17 25 2150782+581111 37 S
15032 84 056B   4172 G 20160317020211155 17 25 2203470+565893 37 S
22969 94 003A   4172 G 20160317020341160 17 25 2213788+601965 37 S
22969 94 003A   4172 G 20160317020351156 17 25 2225978+594914 37 S
22969 94 003A   4172 G 20160317020401154 17 25 2237342+591547 37 F

See for the IOD-format:   http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html

Residuals:
Norad Cospar         X-track           delta T      TLE age  range
37391 11 014B   |  0.00277 deg   10.389 sec   1.8 day, 1834.4 km
37386 11 014A   |  0.02120 deg    9.904 sec   1.8 day, 1817.9 km

37386 11 014A   |  0.01438 deg   10.455 sec   1.9 day, 1846.5 km
37391 11 014B   |  0.01363 deg   10.983 sec   1.9 day, 1858.2 km

The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
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Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3 ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst
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