Some Satellites pre-dawn 11/13/2016

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2016 10:35:26 +0100
Last night, I was only with the Moon, and this morning I fell asleep, for a
half-good day ...
At least the morning of November 13 was good, until about 06:30 (local
time) began to enter northern clouds, even so, I identified some satellites.

Date: 11/13/2016    Update HS
Tiangong 1 (37820): Time between 05:08:58 UTC and 05:09:28 UTC (HS begin
05:08:39.3 UTC), magnitude +2.5
Iridium 72 (25343): Time between 05:18:45 UTC and 05:18:53 UTC (HS begin
05:18:27.0 UTC), only a part of anti-flare magnitude +2
NOSS 3-6 r (38770): Variable brightness (1th flare magnitude +1.5 between
RA 17h18m27s DE 87º19'57'' and RA 14h18m43s DE 85º37'07'', 2th flare
magnitude +2.5 between RA 12h06m07s DE 30º33'40'' and RA 12h05m48s DE
25º48'48'', Rest of course, variable brightness between magnitudes +2.5 and
+3.5), Time between 05:21:18 UTC and 05:23:32 UTC (HS begin  05:20:59.6
UTC), flares magnitudes 1.5, 2.5
SL-16 R/B (19650): Time between 05:42:17 UTC and 05:42:47 UTC (HS begin
05:41:59.1 UTC). magnitude +3.5
GlobalStar M006 (25307): Point max. brightness RA 11h12m45s DE 25º42'39'',
Time between 05:45:16 UTC and 05:45:24 UTC (HS begin 05:44:58.6 UTC), flare
magnitude -1.5
Rocsat 1 (25616): Point max. brightness RA 08h21m06s DE -01º03'57'', Time
between 06:10:05 UTC and 06:10:33 UTC (HS begin 06:09:42.5 UTC), flare
magnitude +2

3602, 36.8390º N, 2.4498º W, Almería (Spain)
-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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