Another flash report on FSW 3, 04033A, 28042

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@skynet.be)
Date: Fri Oct 08 2004 - 17:00:11 EDT

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    In the first place many thanks to Ted Molczan for passing so many details
    about this object.
    This proves once more the importance of SeeSat-L.
    
    To night, while the sky was rather poor, this satellite had another transit
    (possibly the last
    from my site in this visibility spell).
    
    My PPAS observation:
    
    04- 33 A 04-10-08 18:10:40.1 BD  54.4 0.2   8  6.8   1.5->inv
    
    Laps were 5.50 1.54 6.65      4.96 1.82 5.61 1.10 5.79 1.01 5.22 1.62
              5.31 1.43 5.31 1.52
    The average of the long intervals between max is 5.39 sec
    The average of the short intervals between max is 1.43 sec
    First max within a period was "round", next was "flashy",
    with the short interval between them.
    Bram Dorreman
    COSPAR 4160
    51 16' 45.5" N  5 28' 36.6" E (WGS84) 35 m
    
    
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