Re: Obs may 11

LAMBROU SOTIRIOS (thorn@online.be@online.be)
Tue, 18 May 1999 01:47:41 +0200

HI
Is any one that can help me found the names of all spy keyhole satellites??
Thank you
lambrou s
-----Original Message-----
From: Barhorst L.J.C. <L.J.C.Barhorst@arcadis.nl>
To: 'seesat-l@lists.satellite.eu.org' <seesat-l@blackadder.lmsal.com>
Date: lundi 17 mai 1999 09:29
Subject: Obs may 11


>At first there were some clouds. 98- 43 G was observed in a cloudless part
>of the sky, but 93- 61 A in between clouds.
>Then it became almost cloudless.
>
>71- 93 A 99-05-11 21:24:48   LB  121.9 0.2 100  1.219 FF, mag 6->inv
>Nice flasher. Latest PPAS obs shows it at 8.8. sec in april 98. Was
>around 1 sec back in 75.
>
>93- 61 A 99-05-11 20:51:27   LB   28.4 0.5   4  7.1   AA, 3->inv, N?,
clouds
>Is half period. Was 14.22 May 03
>
>96- 17 B 99-05-11 21:17      LB                       S, mag 6
>98-  7 D 99-05-11 21:11      LB                       almost S, mag 6
>98- 43 G 99-05-11 20:42:20   LB  199.9 0.5   5 40.0   AA, mag 2->6
>Going up slowly
>
>99- 19 E 99-05-11 21:32:18   LB   83.5 0.2  20  4.17  'Fff-'F, mag
2(3)->inv
>Nice flasher, easy to time on the bright flash after the 'missing' flash
>Looks a lot like 99- 12 E that launched the previous set of Globalstars
>
>99- 19 F 99-05-11 21:42      LB                       S, mag 5, ID?:99 -19
>B?
>Although based on TLE from day 106 it was right on time. The 99 -19 B
object
>
>made a pass in the same track about 30 sec earlier based on TLE from day
>127.
>But only one object was seen. It could have been 19 B as OIG listed 19 F as
>decayed when I looked for TLE's.
>
>99- 20 B 99-05-11 21:03:22   LB    9.8 0.5   2  4.9   fl in NE -> almost S,
>3
>When first spotted it was flashing on this low pass in the east, but became
>almost S more to the north.
>
>
>A few days ago Kurt Dequick reported a unknown which was flashing at 4.08
>sec.
>Using my recent TLE-file I got a perfect fit for 99- 19 E on 990508 at
21:53
>UT.
>So Kurt must have seen this sat and not 96- 17 B as reported before. Was
>also
>may 09 as Kurt reported the day wrong.
>
>Greetings and clear, dark skies
>Leo Barhorst
>52.766 N 5.09 E 2 m ASL
>
>