LB obs 2007 May 02

From: Leo Barhorst (leo.barhorst@tele2.nl)
Date: Wed May 02 2007 - 17:34:56 EDT

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    The evening started with clear blue skies, but within the hour more
    and more clouds moved in. The first clouds in almost two weeks.
    
    07- 10 B 07-05-02 20:32:25   LB  233.9 0.5  16 14.62  AA, 3->6
    Nice flasher, followed naked eyed.
    Timings: 18.98 28.65 28.74 14.45 16.74 13.64 12.64 13.65
    15.45 15.42 14.32 12.87 16.25 12.02 sec.
    Timings suggest a combined period of around 29 sec.
    
    07- 12 G 07-05-02 20:39:02   LB  126.3 0.5   6 21.1   AA, 5->7
    Timings: [13.18 8.33] [8.57 13.11] [10.27 10.83] [14.06 9.43]
    [6.79 9.72] [12.09 9.95] sec.
    At first sat was almost S, 5.
    
    97- 52 C 07-05-02 20:50:26   LB  165.9 0.5  11 15.08  AA, 4->i
    Timings: 17.50 15.33 46.39 45.31 41.35 sec.
    Last timing probably affected by clouds.
    
    97- 82 B 07-05-02 20:03:28   LB  152.5 0.2   9 16.94  FF,2->i, sm,F4, some 
    F-2
    Timings: 16.67 16.99 16.88 16.94 16.97 16.96 [6.47 2.72 8.02]
    [1.86 4.35 2.54 8.11] [2.17 4.19 2.39 8.24] sec.
    Observed in a still blue sky. Several bright flashes to mag -2.
    Later in the pass more distinct maxima in between the normal bright flashes.
    
    98- 72 C 07-05-02 20:20      LB                       almost S, 4
    
    2007: 203 obs
    PPAS: 14914 obs
    
    Greetings and clear skies
    Leo Barhorst - Medemblik - The Netherlands
    Webpage: www.satlist.nl
    
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