PPAS obs 2007-09-12,14 BD

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Tue Sep 18 2007 - 19:14:39 EDT

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    Observations of satellites with (more or less) periodic brightness
    variations.
    The reported times are those of the last timed maximum.
    7 x 50 binoculars used. Sky was excellent.
    
    yy-nnncc yy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss.s ooo sss.s s.s nnn ff.fff comments
    62- 10 A 07-09-14 02:35      BD                       V; +7.8->8.3
    81- 59 A 07-09-14 03:12:40.1 BD  150.6 0.4  11 13.7   A some f; +4->inv
    97- 30 A 07-09-14 02:01:19.0 BD  130.1 0.3            Irr; +1->inv; 1)
    99- 64 A 07-09-14 03:42:30.2 BD   58.4 0.3   3 19.5   A'F'; +4.5->?; 2)
    07- 38 B 07-09-12 01:35:08.0 BD   84.9 0.3  11  7.7   A; +5.3->7.5
    07- 38 B 07-09-14 02:27      BD                       S?; +4.3
    
    Notes:
    1) 97- 30 A: difficult to find any periodicity. Timings are
      (f+1) 26.20 (f+3) 3.52 5.93 1.75 4.05 10.77 34.17 3.37 5.63 24.22
      5.72 4.80 all other maxima were flashes of +5.
    2) 99- 64 A: timings are
      19.51 (2.79 17.22) (11.19 7.67)
    
    The URL explaining the format of PPAS observations :
    http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E (WGS84), 35 m
    Bram Dorreman
    
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