Obs 23893, 20641, 25991

From: Andriy Makeyev (andriy_makeyev@ukr.net)
Date: Sun Sep 30 2012 - 01:58:02 UTC

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    Observations in IOD format since Sep 28 till Sep 30:
    
    23893 96 029A   1244 G 20120930001201150 17 10 0330021+020127 78 S
    23893 96 029A   1244 G 20120929232906200 17 10 2342327+595721 29 S
    23893 96 029A   1244 G 20120929232918210 17 10 2344152+595147 29 S
    20641 90 050A   1244 G 20120928023007820 17 10 0245372+333831 99 S
    20641 90 050A   1244 G 20120928024146210 17 10 0327443+475735 29 S
    25991 99 067A   1244 G 20120928023800757 17 10 0114074+400827 99 S
    
    Obs - Pred: 0.007 deg X-track; 0.420 s late, relative 14.05 day old elset:
    Obs - Pred: 0.012 deg X-track; 1.956 s late, relative 14.02 day old elset:
    Obs - Pred: 0.024 deg X-track; 1.764 s late, relative 14.02 day old elset:
    Obs - Pred: 0.036 deg X-track; 8.148 s late, relative 12.14 day old elset:
    Obs - Pred: 0.032 deg X-track; 8.326 s late, relative 12.15 day old elset:
    Obs - Pred: 0.087 deg X-track; 0.413 s late, relative 10.98 day old elset:
    
    I used coupled with TV-set CCD-camera EVS VNC-753-H2 mounted on 12cm refractor telescope. Field of view is 36'x27'. 
    Presynchronized computer clock via NTP. Captured images from the camera to the computer when saw a satellite in good configuration relatively to stars. Time (in milliseconds) was autosaved in the image's name. Processed with ObsReduce. 
    
    Best regards, Andriy Makeyev
    COSPAR 1244: 44.3932N, 33.9701E, 68.7m
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