Photometric SATOBS BD 2009-08-14 thru 2009-11-16

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 18 2009 - 23:12:09 UTC

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    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo sss.s s.s nnn ff.fff comments
    63- 30 A 09-09-22 22:59:47.7 BD  404.2 2.0   5 80.8   A; +7.5->10.3; 8)
    66-111 A 09-09-05 21:11      BD                 6     a; +6.5->7.5
    73-107 B 09-08-14 21:20:23.4 BD  145.9 0.2  37  3.94  A; +4.5->inv
    73-107 B 09-08-15 20:12:01.9 BD  118.7 0.2  30  3.96  A;
    73-107 B 09-08-22 20:40:47.2 BD  179.7 0.1  44  4.08  A; +4.6->7.2
    73-107 B 09-08-23 21:14:20.3 BD   82.5 0.3  20  4.12  A; +4.4->?
    77- 44 A 09-09-13 20:05:03.6 BD   51.2 0.2   9  5.68  F'Fff; +5.1->inv
    79- 57 A 09-11-14 17:05:56.7 BD  133.8 0.3  17  7.87  F; +2.0->inv
    85- 79 B 09-08-22 23:39:56.1 BD   42.2 0.2   3 14.1   A; +5.1->inv
    85- 79 B 09-08-24 00:46:25.1 BD   66.5 0.2   5 13.3   A; +4.3->?
    85- 79 B 09-11-14 16:59:27.0 BD   60.8 0.3   5 12.2   A; +5.1->7.0
    85- 79 B 09-11-14 18:42:36.7 BD   98.8 0.2   8 12.4   A; +4.6->inv
    87- 60 A 09-09-05 21:39:47.5 BD   65.4 0.3   4 16.3   A; +3.8->inv
    88- 89 A 09-08-19 22:23:18.7 BD   54.5 0.1   4 13.6   F'f; +4.5->inv
    90- 17 B 09-08-19 21:46.49.5 BD  234.1 0.2  20 11.71  A ssm; +5.3->inv
    90- 17 B 09-08-23 20:03:48.7 BD  286.3 0.2  24 11.93  A; +3.9->?
    90- 17 B 09-08-23 21:49:10.6 BD  247.9 0.3  20 12.40  A; +5.1->?
    90- 17 B 09-09-05 20:36:04.8 BD  109.8 0.3   9 12.2   A; +5.5->inv
    91- 32 A 09-11-16 16:51:35.4 BD   30.7 0.3   5  6.1   F; +5.5->inv
    91- 39 A 09-09-05 21:02:0    BD    6         1  6     a; +4.2->5.3
    91- 39 A 09-09-22 19:55      BD   42.1 0.5   2 21     F'a; +4.5->inv
    92- 52 A 09-08-19 23:15:28.9 BD   59.9 0.2   3 20.0   F'aa; +1.5->inv; 3)
    92- 52 A 09-08-23 22:52:31.5 BD  240.7 0.2  12 20.06  A'Faa; +1.0->inv; 4)
    92- 52 A 09-08-31 21:57:13.1 BD  316.3 0.2  16 19.77  a'F; +1.3->inv
    92- 52 A 09-09-05 21:54:12.3 BD  130.2 0.3   7 18.6   FA=>ff=>inv; +4.0->inv
    92- 73 B 09-08-23 00:21:35.9 BD   91.3 1.0   2 45.6   A; +5.0->inv
    93- 50 A 09-08-31 22:45:44.8 BD  127.1 0.2  14  9.08  fAF=>AAF; +1.8->inv
    94- 89 A 09-08-19 21:02:56.6 BD  120.3 0.1  12 10.03
    94- 89 A 09-09-05 20:41:08.5 BD   35.9 0.5   2 17.9   F'F_F; +4.8->inv
    96- 29 D 09-08-22 21:38:25.7 BD  142.8 0.5   4 35.7   +4.0->7.5
    96- 29 D 09-08-22 23:26:49.6 BD  116.2 0.5   3 38.7   +5.3->inv
    96- 29 D 09-08-23 20:55:32.0 BD  199.5 0.3   4 49.9   +3.5->?
    96- 29 D 09-08-23 22:43:07.6 BD  177.5 0.3   2 88.7   +4.0->?
    96- 37 A 09-08-22 21:21:56.2 BD   80.8 0.2  19  4.25  F'f; +4.8->inv
    97- 34 C 09-08-31 20:59      BD                 2     a; F; +2.5->inv
    98- 72 C 09-08-23 19:52:12.6 BD   71.0 5     1 71     A; +5.5->?
    99- 28 C 09-08-22 22:26:21.9 BD  215.5 2     3 71.8   A;
    99- 28 C 09-08-23 23:14:12.6 BD  311.6 4     2 77.9   A; +5.7->inv
    99- 28 C 09-08-31 21:46:16.9 BD  909.5 4    14 65.0   A; +5.3->inv
    02- 46 B 09-08-22 23:52:33.9 BD  143.8 0.3  16  9.00  F; +5.5->inv
    03- 49 A 09-08-22 19:40:13.4 BD   83.6 0.1  11  7.60  A; +2.9->inv
    03- 49 A 09-08-31 19:33:15.6 BD  161.8 0.2  21  7.71  A; +4.7->6.3
    03- 49 A 09-09-05 20:02:54.6 BD  138.5 0.1  18  7.69  F; +5.1->6.3
    04- 34 B 09-08-22 23:06:41.9 BD  136.3 0.2  29  4.70  A; +6.2->7.8
    04- 34 B 09-09-05 19:49:16.3 BD  179.9 0.2  38  4.73  A; +5.5->7.3
    05-  4 B 09-08-22 22:32:48.5 BD   88.5 0.2  11  8.05  A; +4.3->6.2
    05-  4 B 09-09-05 18:55:55.4 BD   89.7 0.2  11  8.16  A; +4.3->6.9
    05-  4 B 09-09-26 20:59:10.6 BD  333.9 0.3  41  8.144 A; +3.3->inv; 9)
    05- 48 C 09-08-14 21:40:41.1 BD   70.3 0.3   8  8.8   A; +6.2->inv; 1)
    05- 48 C 09-08-15 20:38:59.5 BD  164.2 0.3   9 18.2   A'a; 1)
    05- 48 C 09-08-19 22:16:01.2 BD   35.1 0.5   2 17.6   A; +5.3->inv
    05- 48 C 09-08-22 21:05:37.8 BD  292.6 0.2  16 18.29  A; +5.5->inv
    05- 48 C 09-08-23 21:58.10.1 BD  201.2 0.2  11 18.29  A; +5.3->?
    05- 48 C 09-08-31 19:23:22.6 BD  166.4 0.3   9 18.49  A; +4.5->inv
    05- 48 C 09-08-31 21:18:31.5 BD  218.6 0.3  12 18.22  A; +5.0->inv
    08- 21 K 09-09-05 19:40:50.9 BD  100.5 0.4   4 25.1   Irr; +4.9->6.3
    08- 21 K 09-09-22 19:55      BD                30     a; +4.5->6.0
    08- 31 G 09-08-15 20:26:21.4 BD  139.6 3.0   2 70     A; +4.2->7.5
    08- 36 B 09-08-14 21:57:21.4 BD   74.4 0.2  20  3.72  A; +3.5->inv
    08- 36 B 09-08-19 21:24:15.5 BD   65.3 0.2  17  3.84
    08- 40 G 09-08-22 22:51      BD                 4     a; A'a?
    09- 36 D 09-08-19 21:13:59.4 BD   91.7 0.2   6 15.3   A'a
    09- 36 D 09-08-19 23:06:20.0 BD  109.4 0.2  41  2.67  F'F_F; +5.5->inv; 2)
    09- 36 D 09-08-31 21:03:25   BD   73.0 0.4  34  2.15  A; +4.8->6.5; 7)
    09- 36 D 09-09-05 19:29:46.6 BD   89.1 0.4  37  2.41  A; +5.0->6.5; dtm
    09- 36 D 09-09-05 21:25:31.5 BD   62.0 0.2  80  0.77  A; +6.0->7.5
    09- 39 C 09-08-23 02:36:59.8 BD  120.4 0.2   9 13.4   A; +4.0->inv
    09- 39 C 09-11-08 17:26:57.2 BD  191.0 0.4   6 31.8   A; +4.3->8.3
    09- 39 C 09-11-14 16:45:02.6 BD  215.8 0.4   6 36.0   A; +4.2->inv
    09- 41 G 09-08-19 22:09:12.7 BD   17.2 0.5   1 17     Irr; +5.8->inv
    09- 41 H 09-08-23 23:29:28.9 BD   46.5 0.3   4 11.6   a'Aa_; +6.3->inv
    
    PNAS:
    66- 56 B 09-08-22 23:37      BD                       very long
    period; +7.5->8.3
    75- 16 F 09-11-08 18:07      BD                       +7.5 max; 14)
    76-  8 J 09-10-25 19:25      BD                       S; +8.0
    83- 75 B 09-09-05 20:19      BD                       V; +0.2->3.0; 11)
    84-109 B 09-10-28 18:53      BD                       S; +6.4
    87- 17 B 09-10-28 18:49      BD                       S; +7.2
    87- 49 B 09-10-28 18:42      BD                       S; +5.5
    91- 82BM 09-11-14 16:52      BD                       flare -1; 13)
    93- 50 A 09-08-22 22:47      BD                       one flash +2.0
    94- 86 D 09-09-05 19:06      BD                       S; +4.2; 10)
    96- 72 A 09-09-13 20:34:28   BD                       +0.8 flare
    98- 23 A 09-11-16 16:41:04   BD                       +1.5 flare; 17)
    99- 12 B 09-11-13 18:11      BD                       +4.0 flare; 15)
    00- 50 A 09-10-25 17:34      BD                       V? +5.0->7.5
    02- 22 A 09-08-24 01:43      BD                       long flare -0.3
    02- 37 A 09-11-08 18:02      BD                       +3.5 flare near mu And
    03- 54 A 09-11-13 17:23      BD                       fklare -0.1; 16)
    04- 26 A 09-08-24 01:50      BD                       long red flare -2.5
    05- 42 A 09-09-22 19:59:44   BD                       start of long
    lasting flare +3.5
    05- 42 A 09-09-22 21:39:26.8 BD                       +2.2 flare, also
    at 21:41:56.4
    06- 29 A 09-08-22 20:51      BD                       one flash +1.5
    07-  1 E 09-09-05 19:25      BD                       S; +4.2; 10)
    08- 40 H 09-11-08 17:41      BD                       V; long period; +5.0->6.5
    08- 54 A 09-10-28 18:37      BD                       flare +4.5
    09- 27 C 09-08-31 19:46:35   BD                       +5.1; 5)
    09- 34 C 09-08-31 19:42:12   BD                       +6.1; 6)
    09- 34 C 09-09-05 20:48      BD                       +6.7 at range
    3230 km phase 62 d
    09- 39 B 09-10-28 18:08      BD                       R; +6.8->inv
    09- 39 C 09-10-25 17:17      BD                       V; +5.0->inv
    09- 42 C 09-08-22 23:58      BD                       +7.5 at range
    4600 km phase 63 d
    09- 48 A 09-09-10 19:49      BD                       +2.7 reddish
    09- 48 A 09-09-12 19:36      BD                       two +0.3 red flashes
    09- 48 B 09-09-12 19:09      BD                       +0.1->1.5; 12)
    09- 59 C 09-11-14 18:15      BD                       V; +6.0->8.0; long period
    09- 59 D 09-11-04 18:57      BD                       S in N & W, V in SW
    
    Notes:
    1) 2005-048C maxima on 2009-08-14 include all secondary ones.
       maxima on 2009-08-15 were with secondaries only at the middle
       of the observation arc.
    2) 2009-036D difficult to find a repeating pattern of maxima.
    3) 1992-052A brightest maximum of a series is a bright flash,
       this maximum tends to shift with respect to other round maxima.
    4) 1992-052A Now timed on round maximum that preceeds the flash.
       The brightest maxima are stil;l on the flash.
    5) 2009-027C Briz tank: range 1920 km phase 36 degrees
    6) 2009-034C Briz tank: range 4400 km phase 34 degrees
    7) 2009-036D forgot to reset stopwatch before new observation. Data obtained
       from voice recording.
    8) 1963-030A Observed with 25 cm Dobson; Individual timings are:
       (34.95 46.33) (29.37 42.84) (26.84 56.04) (19.21 71.72)
       (47.43 29.42)
    9) 2005-004B Observed form Leo Barhorst's location 4353 during meeting
       with him and Marco Langbroek
    10) 1994-086D & 2007-001E Objects steady: drop from PPAS observation program.
    11) 1983-075B Variable appearance. Needs confirmation.
    12) 2009-048B Flash period 26 s?
    13) 1991-082BM Identified by Guide 8
    14) 1975-016F Those satellites (8 in one launch) usually had very short flashes.
        May be they slowed down their rotation giving longer lasting maxima
    15) 1999-012B Globalstar 41 unexpectedly bright at RA 02h19m dec +34.8
    Az 85.0 alt 43.0
        Az of Sun 268.4. Saw this object accidentally.
    16) 2003-054A NOSS duo front object flare near RA 00h03m dec -01.9 Az
    128.5 alt 24.5
        Az of sun 255.7. Saw this object accidentally.
        2003-054C NOSS duo follower had mag. +4.4
    17) 1998-023A Globalstar 14 unexpectedly bright at RA 22h31m dec +51.8
    Az 77.6 alt 73.8
        Object is in higher than operation orbit.
    
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E (WGS84), 35 m
    Bram Dorreman
    
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