4641 Satobs 25 - 26 Oct 2005

From: Alberto Rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Wed Oct 26 2005 - 09:12:39 EDT

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    06235 72 082A   4641 P 200510251739
    25621 99 004A   4641 P 200510260225
    28385 04 034B   4641 F 20051026022958750 17 24 0849600+523622 28 S+060 05
    28385 04 034B   4641 F 20051026023520450 17 24 2313470+735547 28 S+070 05
    08836 76 038D   4641 P 20051026032332010 17 24 0504050-102867 28 S+080 05
    28480 04 046B   4641 F 20051026033744920 17 24 1517220+720087 57 S+050 05
    12497 81 050B   4641 P 200510260353
    
    
    72 082A   poor visibility, partially clouded, one flash  +4  noted at
    17h39m02s.06  .  Taking into account the last flash on 23 Oct at
    17h51m50s.41,  the time interval of 172031.65  divided by 2049
    flashes gives  83s.959 in good accordance with previous obtained
    period  i.e.83s.960 .
    99 004A   poor visibility.  Noted three flashes only,  mg +8.5  p= 10s.1
    04 034B   almost steady +6 , +7; noted flahes + 4 from 02h32m53s.59
    for about two minutes   p= 9s.70
    04 046B   almost steady +5,  at 03h41m37s end of flare mg +0.5  .
    81 050B   F'F' , 6->7.5 ,  p=  8s.10 .
    
    Alberto Rango,  Bari (Italy),  4641  41.1060N  016.9005E  20  mt
    
    
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