Obs 961115 evening

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Fri, 15 Nov 1996 20:13:06 +0100

83-  1 B 96-11-15 18:31:33   LB   61.9 1     1 62     MM, mag 5->inv
Disappeared in shadow before second period could be measured

86- 61 A 96-11-15 17:50:22   LB   31.8 0.1  20  1.59  F'FF-F', mag 4->inv
Sometimes the fourth flash was visible. Then flashes were mag 5

88- 62 A 96-11-15 18:28      LB                       S, mag 6
89- 17 B 96-11-15 17:25:37   LB   20.7 1     1 21     A,A, mag 5->inv
94- 77 B 96-11-15 17:22:45   LB  176.9 1     6 29.5   MM, mag 2->8
Very flat maxima, better to measure on the "sharp" minimum

95- 58 B 96-11-15 18:13:18   LB  148.6 0.1  39  3.810 FF, mag 2->inv
Still a very magnificent view; see also DRA-obs below

96- 52 A 96-11-15 17:57      LB                       S, mag 6
96- 52 C 96-11-15 18:05:22   LB   81.7 0.1  30  2.723 FF, mag 4->inv
Nice sharp flashes



DRA-obs
95- 58 B
96 11 15 18:10:36:7 LB 52.6333 4.7833 3 40 (39)
0   0.00  (2.78)  6.97  10.97  14.55  18.40  22.26  25.78  29.53  33.37
1  37.22  41.37  44.99  49.05  53.01  56.59  60.12  64.17  67.84  71.69
2  75.16  79.05  82.90  86.94  90.73  94.22  97.74 102.08 105.84 109.55
3 113.15 117.33 120.97 124.65 128.69 132.51 136.09 139.75 143.61 147.47
4 151.33

Greetings and clear skies

Leo Barhorst		Alkmaar			The Netherlands
52.6333 North		4.7833 East		3 m ASL
Member of Seesat-L
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Every day I wonder about the things I see in the (night)sky