12-13 Oct Geosat flares obs

From: Vladislav Gooba via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 15:25:11 +0300
I've tried to use a better format to write the obs, but they are unsuitable because I have no exact timings of flares' maximums, just "before entering the shadow" and "after exiting the shadow". So for now it will be something like that:
"norad" "max_brightness_before_shadow" "max_brightness_after_shadow" "comments"
If in some brightness graphs is "-" then the satellite was not seen at that event.

39476 4.5 -
26900 8 -
26853 7.5 4.5
34713 8.5 6 that is WGS 2
39020 - 7
38091 7.5 -
38740 - 2 Intelsat 20 was in second place on the brightness.
39612 6 -
37238 - 8
39237 - 5.5
27513 - 5
39034 4 -
40277 6.5 -
37393 8 3.5
28184 - 7.5
27380 - 6
28089 6 -
26766 5 -
38245 1.5 6 YahSat 1B was brightest of 'em all! There just was not any star for comparison with this flare.
39728 - 4.5
36032 - 8
33490 7.5 7.5 That's Mentor 4.
37605 or 40332? 9 -
39022 - 6
40505 5 3.5 Very long flares, 5 minutes or more.
40617 - 7.5
40614 7.5 5.5 That's Sicral 2.
28885 7.5 -
39079 - 4.5
26590 - 4.5
27632 7 -
33056 - 4
26666 - 8 Visible only with averted vision due to exposure of nearby 33056
36745 7 -
22787 7 - That's UFO F2. Flare began in 00:28 Ut+3 and lasted 4 minutes.
38778 7.5 -
40364 7.5 -
29526 or 36592 or 33154? 7 -
26369 - 5
36101 - 4.5
32294 4.5 -
36581 8 -
26494 - 7
36719 - 5
37392 - 7.5
27554 - 9

Sincerely,
Vlad
48,5266°N, 35,0180°E
 
 
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