LB Obs 2-17 Mar 22 pm

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 21:26:51 +0100
It was clear at dusk but soon clouds came in. Luckely in the right
place and time there was a gap inbetween clouds to image USA 186.
A few more sats imaged before it clouded over.

28888 05 042A   4172 G 20170322192742312 17 25 0249809+355304 37 S
28888 05 042A   4172 G 20170322192748325 17 25 0225645+383808 37 S
23343 94 074B   4172 G 20170322192808325 17 25 0243847+363367 37 S
23343 94 074B   4172 G 20170322192818324 17 25 0226313+383332 37 S
21809 91 076E   4172 G 20170322193250327 17 25 0447764+235497 37 S
21809 91 076E   4172 G 20170322193258333 17 25 0455763+225727 37 S
21809 91 076E   4172 G 20170322193308333 17 25 0505596+214257 37 S
41334 16 010A   4172 G 20170322195558373 17 25 0348116+465425 37 S
41334 16 010A   4172 G 20170322195608376 17 25 0335201+455532 37 S

Residuals wrt the latest classfd.tle file.
Norad Cospar         Cross-track     delta T      TLE age  range
28888 05 042A    |  0.01428 deg    1.740 sec   2.0 day, 461.1 km

The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
2017 total obs:  2837
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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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