4542 PPAS 09 004B

From: Alberto Rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Sat May 23 2009 - 08:13:46 UTC

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    09 004B, SAFIR 2 R/B, will leave us shortly. Here are two visual
    obs of this sat.   I had 3 sessions:
    21 May morning (culmination 02:42 18/035). I waited it
    at my bino, however I did not succeed in getting it.
    22 May evening (culmination 20:05 51/323). This time I
    waited it for an obs naked eye taking the advantage of the
    clear sky. I got two visual short (about 0.3sec) maxima mg
    +2.5 and +1.5, p= 27.2 sec.
    23 May morning (culmination 02:18 32/040). Naked eye
    obs. I got three short (about 0.3 sec) maxima mg +3,  +2
    and +3, p=24.7  and 23.1 sec.
    
    09-004 B 09-05-22 20:05:23.3 AR  027.3 0.5 001 27.3   A, 1.5->i
    Timings: 27s.24 . Naked eye, two short (about 0.3 sec) maxima mg +2.5
    and +1.5, the latter 4 west of Polaris.  Culmination 51/323 at 20:05:08.
    
    09-004 B 09-05-23 02:18:14.4 AR  047.8 0.5 002 23.9   A, 2->i
    Timings:  24s.65  23.13   Naked eye, three short (about 0.3 sec) maxima
    mg +3,  +2 and +3   Culmination 02:18:07 32/039.
    
    Albero Rango, 4542.
     
    
    
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