4641 PPAS 23 - 25 Oct 2005.

From: Alberto Rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Sun Oct 30 2005 - 15:57:06 EST

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    72-082 A 05-10-23 17:51:50.4 AR  167.8 0.3 002 83.9   F'F' , 3->i  
    timings:  83s.94  83.84    Flashes seen naked eye. Times are 
    17h49m02s.63, 175026.57 ,  175150.41  .
    
    99-004 A 05-10-23 18:45:36.8 AR 102.3 0.2 040 2.558 F'F', +4->i, +7->i
    timings:  2s.51  2.50  2.59  2.54  2.59  2.50  2.59  2.56  2.57  2.55
    2.54  2.56  2.63  2.52  2.57  2.50  2.59  2.54  2.61  2.54
    2.55  2.46  2.58  2.58  2.61  2.51  2.65  2.43  2.69  2.56
    2.59  2.50  2.44  2.56  2.72  2.56  2.30  2.76  2.57  2.59
    At the beginning flashes +4, at the end flahes +7 despite
    range decreasing.
    
    
    72-082 A 05-10-23 19:43:47.2 AR
    At 19h43m47s.24 seen naked eye a flash +3 . Referring to the last flash 
    observed at the previous revolution (175150.41) a period of  83s.960 is 
    obtained ( 1h51m56s.83  is the time interval,  i.e. 6716s.83 divided by 
    80 flashes).
    
    
    72-082 A 05-10-25 17:39:02.1 AR
    At 17h39m02s.06 seen a flash  +4. Referring to the flash observed on
    23th Oct (194347.24) a period of 83s.859 is obtained (17h20m31s.05
    is the time inerval, i.e. 172031.05 divided by 2049 flashes)
    
     
    
    
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