Top 51, etc.

Edward S Light (light@argos.argoscomp.com)
Mon, 21 Oct 1996 07:11:13 -0400

Sid Miller recently wrote:
> ...  But I've never seen the following any brighter
> than magnitude 4.0 -- or worse.  Are these four objects
> bright ones or dim ones for the rest of SeeSat-L?
> 
>  12054  80089A   Cosmos 1220
>  22220  92076B   Cosmos 2219 r
>  03019  67104B   Cosmos 185 r
>  04850  71003B   Meteor 1-7r
>
>     I've never seen 23852 MSX r, 23608 Helios 1A r D,
> 11252 Meteor 1-29 r, or 11285 Intercosmos 19, so I will
> have to add them to my short list of things I want to see.


My own visual observation log shows the following ...

12054 80-089A  Cosmos 1220
	1995 May 27/08:18 V=3.0
	1995 Sep 27/23:47 V=3.5
22220 92-076B  Cosmos 2219 SL-16 R/B
	1995 Jun 16/01:44 V=3.3
	1995 Aug 20/01:56 V=2.9
	1995 Aug 21/01:40 V=2.7
	1995 Aug 21/01:41 V=2.9
	1995 Aug 21/01:42 V=4.8
	1995 Aug 23/01:10 V=2.8
	1995 Aug 23/01:11 V=2.7
	1995 Aug 23/01:12 V=2.2
	1995 Aug 24/00:55 V=2.5
	1995 Aug 24/00:56 V=2.4
03019 67-104B  Cosmos 185 SL-11 R/B
	1995 Sep 12/00:25 V=3.1
	1996 Aug 11/01:42 V=2.2
	1996 Sep 15/00:11 V=3.2
04850 71-003B  Meteor 1-7 SL-3 R/B
	1995 Dec 02/22:41 V=2.9

and

11285 79-020A  InterCosmos 19
	1995 Dec 17/22:39 V=2.1 Maximum, Varying


Dark and Clear Skies!
	Ed Light

Lakewood, NJ, USA
N 40.1072, W 074.2317, Hgt +21m