SatObs 12048A and 12048N from 4160 (BD) 2012-09-16

From: Bram Dorreman (bram.dorreman@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Sep 16 2012 - 05:59:06 UTC

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    Positional observations in IOD format
    
    38758 12 048A   4160 G 20120916025234090 27 15 0555271-043604 79 S+085 05
    38758 12 048A   4160 G 20120916025311270 27 15 0615267-002825 99 S+085 05
    38770 12 048N   4160 F 20120916042521170 27 15 0239514+001736 99 S+023 05
    38770 12 048N   4160 F 20120916042554590 27 15 0259533+084901 99 S+020 05
    38770 12 048N   4160 F 20120916042731450 27 15 0510456+465443 99 S+015 05
    38770 12 048N   4160 F 20120916042931630 27 15 1053374+543804 99 R+035 05
    
    I assumed the only object was 12048A as it resulted in the smallest residuals.
    It was just over the trees of the wood over the way.
    It was just visible in my 7 x 50 binoculars.
    
    12048N very good, coming from the favorite direction from my site.
    It was easily visible while the background was becoming brighter.
    Therefore not many reference stars and greater misdistances than I usually
    accept.
    This rocket was almost steady until it was north of me. Then it was variable
    and sometimes invisible.
    
    For IOD-format see: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    
    Bram Dorreman using 7x50 binoculars
    Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m (WGS84)
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