CB Obs October 6/7, 2012; Part 2

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Oct 07 2012 - 08:07:00 UTC

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    Observations taken on October 6/7, 2012.
    
    The conditions were quite good initially, but after 0300UT high clouds
    and fog ended the observations.
    
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232609144 17 25 0910846+734148 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232618463 17 25 0901239+715471 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232628343 17 25 0853166+700271 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232853773 17 25 0816666+473267 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232855993 17 25 0816666+471638 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121006232908102 17 25 0815920+454919 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121007011718948 17 25 1133172+720893 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121007011728928 17 25 1112265+704515 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121007011738987 17 25 1055566+692023 37 R
    28538 05 004B   4553 G 20121007011747855 17 25 1041575+675317 37 R
    20642 90 050E   4553 G 20121007013310508 17 25 1225762+720030 37 S
    20642 90 050E   4553 G 20121007013318929 17 25 1200670+710692 37 S
    20642 90 050E   4553 G 20121007013328940 17 25 1134182+694850 37 S
    38770 12 048N   4553 G 20121007020328935 17 25 1322325+581971 37 E
    38770 12 048N   4553 G 20121007020338916 17 25 1307480+570269 37 E
    38770 12 048N   4553 G 20121007020346316 17 25 1257628+560352 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020530115 17 25 1135926+733568 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020538965 17 25 1128903+713791 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020548945 17 25 1122794+692802 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020521795 17 25 1138554+734676 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020528955 17 25 1132323+721124 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020538965 17 25 1125484+700019 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020545056 17 25 1122192+684214 37 S
    23605 95 033A   4553 G 20121007020637215 17 25 1117061+432056 37 E
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020759734 17 25 1059771+470389 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020807644 17 25 1059743+460287 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020817273 17 25 1059554+444871 37 S
    38758 12 048A   4553 G 20121007020827273 17 25 1059355+433515 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020752214 17 25 1059986+470553 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020800374 17 25 1059601+455903 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020810953 17 25 1059471+443912 37 S
    38773 12 048P   4553 G 20121007020819693 17 25 1059402+433480 37 S
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP, Nexstar SLT mount
    IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    COSPAR 4553: 53.3199N, 2.2438W, 86m (WGS84)
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    NOTES:
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    (1) NOSS 3-6 appears to have the same separation as the other NOSS 3
        pairs.
    (2) Helios 1A [23605/95033A] was now clearly seen just before eclipse
        entry. My measurement from October 3 seems to have been due to
        noise.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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