Obs 961025

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Fri, 25 Oct 1996 21:50:17 +0200

83-  4 A 96-10-25 17:46      LB                       S, mag 5
84- 56 B 96-10-25 17:59:36   LB   88.9 1     4 22.2   MM, mag 4->7
Period is variating: 23.89 18.95 25.65 20.37
85- 11 B 96-10-25 18:19:21   LB   76.0 1     1 76     MM, mag 4->inv
Lost in shadow
87- 27 B 96-10-25 18:33:38   LB  136.3 0.5   4 34.1   AA, mag 2->5
Bright, naked eye object. Could be in Rainers Top 50
92-  8 B 96-10-25 17:55:18   LB   74.5 0.2   4 18.6   FF, mag 4->inv
92- 36 B 96-10-25 18:45:31   LB  121.6 0.5  11 11.05  Aa, mag 4(5)->inv
96- 25 B 96-10-25 18:25:35   LB  163.1 0.5   6 27.2   AA, mag 5->inv
96- 29 C 96-10-25 19:19      LB                       S, mag 6, with 96-29 D+E
Faint, in the northwest not seen, visible after Az=0 to 90

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