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61- 18 A d     Midas 3
61- 28 A       Midas 4
62- 10 A -     Midas 5
63- 14 A       Midas 6
63- 30 A d     Midas 7
63- 47 A       Centaur
63- 47 G ?     debris: short period according to MM
64-  6 A ?     Electron 1: 30 or 130s ?
64- 38 A d     Elektron 3: difficult but surprising !
65-  8 A !     Transtage 3/Titan 3A: accelerating, triple max
65- 34 A       Transtage 4/Titan 3A
65- 98 C -     Alouette 2 rocket 
66- 56 B d     Pageos 1 rocket: sharp double maximum
66- 77 A d     Midas 8-Atlas Agena D: dtm
66- 89 A d     Midas 9-Atlas Agena D
68- 11 A ?     Kosmos 203: new, faint flashes according to MM
69-  9 A b     Isis 1
69- 69 B d     Centaur ATS 5
70- 36 J S     C1 Kosmos 336
70-103 A d     Kosmos 382: not an easy object to follow and to measure
70-106 B !     Delta/CEP 1 NOAA 1: MORE OBS !    
70-108 A ?     Kosmos 385: new, slow flashes ?  to be confirmed
71- 16 A ?     Kosmos 398: Soviet moonlander in Earth orbit
71- 24 A       Isis 2: vm
71- 41 J S     C1 Kosmos 411-418
71- 86 J S     C1 Kosmos 444-451: steady
71- 87 A d     DMSP 1: flashing with long period
71-116 B       Intelsat 4-F3 rocket
72-  3 B d     Centaur Intelsat 4-F4: GTO flasher
72- 57 J S     C1 Kosmos 504-511
72- 87 J S     C1 Kosmos 528-535
72- 89 A d     DMSP 3: secundary maxima
73- 37 J S     C1 Kosmos 564-571: steady
73- 54 A -     DMSP 4: long period
73- 69 J -     C1 Kosmos 588-595: almost steady
73-104 J S     C1 Kosmos 617-624: steady
74- 24 J S     C1 Kosmos 641-648
74- 63 A d     DMSP 6: secundary maxima
74- 72 J S     C1 Kosmos 677-684
74- 89 A ?     NOAA 4
75- 16 J S     C1 Kosmos 711-718: steady
75- 27 E d     GEOS 3 launch-fragment: flashes confirmed by Bram Dorreman
75- 45 J S     C1 Kosmos 732-739
75- 86 J S     C1 Kosmos 761-768 
76-  8 J S     C1 Kosmos 791-798: steady or slow var
76- 19 A b     Ume 1
76- 22 A ?     Kosmos 807
76- 54 J S     C1 Kosmos 825-832
76- 91 A ?     AMS 1: could be flashing
76-118 J       C1 Kosmos 871-878: sometimes S according to LB
77- 44 A d     AMS 2 
77- 79 J S     C1 Kosmos 939-946: steady
77-117 B ?     A1 Vostok Meteor 2-03: could be flashing
78-  5 J S     C1 Kosmos 976-983: steady
78- 18 B b     Ume 2
78- 42 A -     AMS 3: secundary maxima, slow var
78- 56 J S     C1 Kosmos 1013-1020: steady
78- 91 J S     C1 Kosmos 1034-1041
78- 95 A d     Molniya 3-10: short period
78- 96 A d     Tiros 11
78-109 J -     C1 Kosmos 1051-1058: long period
79-  5 A ?     Meteor 1-29: to be checked
79- 21 B ?     A1 Vostok Meteor 2-4: see 77-117B
79- 24 J S     C1 Kosmos 1081-1088: steady
79- 30 B !     C1 Kosmos 1092: to be watched closely !
79- 50 A ?     AMS 4: TO BE CHECKED
79- 84 J S     C1 Kosmos 1130-1137
80-  3 B -     C1 Kosmos 1150: stagnation
80- 12 J S     C1 Kosmos 1156-1163
80- 58 J S     C1 Kosmos 1192-1199
80- 87 B d     Fleetsatcom 4 rocket: ex-GTO: last obs to be checked
80-102 J S     C1 Kosmos 1228-1235: steady
81- 18 B       Comstar 1D rocket
81- 22 J S     C1 Kosmos 1250-1257
81- 50 B d     Intelsat 5-F1 rocket: ex-GTO
81- 53 B S     C1 Kosmos 1275: =HE, almost deleted
81- 59 A d     NOAA 7: secundary maxima
81- 74 J S     C1 Kosmos 1287-1294
81- 84 B -     C1 Kosmos 1302: no change
81- 94 A d     Aureole 3: very small amplitude, dtm
81-116 J       C1 Kosmos 1320-1327
81-119 B d     Intelsat 5-F3 rocket: ex-GTO, distinct flashes acc to WN
82- 40 J       C1 Kosmos 1357-1364: normal rise after acceleration
82- 41 C       KH9-17 capsule: short period
82- 55 B -     C1 Kosmos 1375
82- 66 B -     C1 Kosmos 1383
82- 69 B -     C1 Kosmos 1386: long period
82- 73 J S     C1 Kosmos 1388-1395
82-109 B -     C1 Kosmos 1420
83-  1 B -     C1 Kosmos 1428
83-  2 J S     C1 Kosmos 1429-1436
83-  4 A d     IRAS: mostly steady but some variations confirmed by LB
83- 21 B b     C1 Kosmos 1447
83- 22 A       NOAA 8
83- 31 B ?     C1 Kosmos 1452: flasher discovered by Willy Verhaeghen
83- 42 B -     C1 Kosmos 1459: secundary maxima ?
83- 48 B -     C1 Kosmos 1464: long period 
83- 69 J b     C1 Kosmos 1473-1480: easy to measure but sometimes invisible
83- 75 A d     Kosmos 1484 debris: long period, small amplitude
83- 89 B d     Insat 1B: flashes seen by Pierre Neirinck and JP Rohart
83-108 B -     C1 Kosmos 1506: still measureable
83-120 B ?     C1 Kosmos 1513
84-  1 J S     C1 Kosmos 1522-1529: steady
84-  3 B -     C1 Kosmos 1531: period rising again
84- 35 B ?     CZ3 China 15: GTO
84- 43 B ?     C1 Kosmos 1150: lp, could be going down
84- 52 J       C1 Kosmos 1559-1566: normal rise
84-109 B !     C1 Kosmos 1605: global decrease
85- 11 B -     C1 Kosmos 1627: long period
85- 23 J !     C1 Kosmos 1635-1642: no change
85- 41 B !     C1 Kosmos 1655: accelerating !
85- 47 B ?     F2 Tsyklon K1660
85- 55 B d     Centaur Intelsat 5A-F11: GTO
85- 79 B -     C1 Kosmos 1680: long period, much difference in measurements
85- 94 G !     F2 Tsyklon K1690-1695: probably going down
85-108 A       Kosmos 1703: secundary maxima
85-116 B !     C1 Kosmos 1709: sudden acceleration ?  to be confirmed
86-  2 J !     C1 Kosmos 1716-1723: last obs S
86-  5 B -     C1 Kosmos 1725
86-  8 B -     C1 Kosmos 1727
86- 19 B ?     Viking 1: flashes seen be several observers
86- 19 C d     Ariane 1 debris Spot 1-Viking: difficult 
86- 19BB d     Ariane 1 debris Spot 1-Viking: to be checked urgently
86- 30 B -     C1 Kosmos Kosmos 1741
86- 37 B !     C1 Kosmos 1745: accelerated
86- 39 B -     F2 Tsyklon Meteor 2-14: now rising again
86- 42 J -     C1 Kosmos 1748-1755
86- 61 A d     Ajisai
86- 86 B -     C1 Kosmos 1791
86- 92 J -     C1 Kosmos 1794-1801: descelerated very fast
86- 93 B !     C1 Kosmos 1802: flashing or S ?
87-  3 A -     Kosmos 1812: secundary maxima
87-  6 B       C1 Kosmos 1814
87- 11 A d     Kosmos 1818, nuclear reactor: slightly going up
87- 17 B -     C1 Kosmos 1821: almost steady
87- 43 A -     NOSS 8/USA 22
87- 49 B -     C1 Kosmos 1850: almost steady
87- 51 J -     C1 Kosmos 1852-1859: almost S
87- 53 A S     DMSP 2-03
87- 74 G ?     F2 Tsyklon Kosmos 1875-1880: short period !
87- 88 A -     Kosmos 1892: sm
87- 98 B -     C1 Kosmos 1898    
87-101 A b     Kosmos 1900: more observations !
88- 16 J -     C1 Kosmos 1924-1931
88- 19 A b     Kosmos 1932
88- 20 A d     Kosmos 1933: triple maxima
88- 50 A       Kosmos 1726: flashes also seen by Greg Retzlaff
88- 62 B -     C1 Kosmos 1959: long period now
88- 64 A -     Meteor 3-02: long period
88- 78 A d     USA 32: sometimes naked eye object
88-102 A !     Kosmos 1980: Elint: flashes also seen by LB and RE
89- 16 A       Akebono
89- 25 J -     C1 Kosmos 2008-2015
89- 28 B !     C1 Kosmos 2016: dtm ?
89- 50 B       C1 Nadezhda 1: hp
89- 89 A d     COBE: has become extremely difficult to measure
90-  4 B -     C1 Kosmos 2056
90- 10 A d     Kosmos 2058: secundary maxima
90- 17 B b     C1 Nadezhda 2: rising again
90- 23 B b     C1 Kosmos 2061: accelerated, short period
90- 28 A -     Pegsat: long period
90- 29 J -     C1 Kosmos 2064-2071: 700 days without any evolution
90- 36 B !     C1 Kosmos 2074: some secundary maxima
90- 37 C       HST solar array
90- 40 D ?     A2E Kosmos 2076: new, Molniya orbit
90- 78 A d     Kosmos 2098: dtm, very irregular but definately flashing !
90- 78 B -     C1 Kosmos 2098: difficult near perigee
90- 81 D d     CZ4 China 30 debris
90- 81 K d     Feng Yung 1-2 launch fragment: flashes confirmed by TC
90-105 A d     DMSP 2-05: two periods possible, sometimes very bright
90-111 B -     C1 Kosmos 2112
91-  9 J d     C1 Kosmos 2125-2132 debris: characteristic triple maxima
91- 13 B b     C1 Kosmos 2135 
91- 19 B -     C1 Nadezhda 3: almost steady
91- 29 B b     C1 Kosmos 2142: period rising again
91- 42 A d     Kosmos 2151: sm
91- 59 B !     C1 Kosmos 2154: sm
91- 81 B -     C1 Kosmos 2173: accelerated
92-  8 B !     C1 Kosmos 2180: going down
92- 12 B !     C1 Kosmos 2181: short period
92- 20 B !     C1 Kosmos 2184: probably going down
92- 23 A d     USA 81: sometimes naked eye object, same period as 88-79A
92- 30 J b     C1 Kosmos 2187-2194: sometimes secundary maxima
92- 38 A !     SAMPEX: ID reversed with 38B ?  now scout rocket ?
92- 53 B b     C1 Kosmos 2208: normal rise
92- 64 A d     Freja: dtm, hp 
92- 70 D d     IRIS stage Lageos 2: flashes confirmed by Walter Nissen
92- 73 B b     C1 Kosmos 2218: nice
92- 86 B       USA 89/DOD 1
92- 93 B b     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2227: sometimes flat maxima or S
93-  1 B -     C1 Kosmos 2230: almost S
93-  8 B b     C1 Kosmos 2233
93-  9 A ?     CDS 1: for low latitudes; triple max acc to MM
93- 11 A ?     Asuka/Astro D: short period, for low latitudes
93- 14 B d     Start 1 rocket: faint but measureable, more obs please
93- 15 B ?     Centaur UHF1: new, GTO
93- 16 B b     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2237: same remark as 92-93B
93- 17 C       Delta 2 Navstar 2A-10: more obs needed
93- 20 B b     C1 Kosmos 2239: nicely going up
93- 24 A d     Kosmos 2242: secundary maxima
93- 26 A ?     Alexis: new, varying acc to RE
93- 26 B d     Pegasus third stage ALEXIS: variable maxima
93- 30 G -     F2 Tsyklon Kosmos 2250: now 93-30F(22651)?
93- 36 B -     C1 Kosmos 2251: sudden desceleration 
93- 41 B       Scout G Radcal: faint object, slowly varying ?
93- 50 A d     NOAA 13: irregalar variations
93- 54 B       Delta 2 Navstar 2A-13: only for low latitudes-interesting
93- 56 B ?     Centaur UHF 2: flashing with 6s
93- 59 B b     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2263: sometimes S or sa
93- 63 A d     FSW 1-15: short period - difficult 
93- 67 B b     C1 Kosmos 2265: some irregularities
93- 70 B b     C1 Kosmos 2266
94- 23 B b     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2278
94- 24 B !     C1 Kosmos 2279: accelerated and still going down
94- 27 A d     SROSS C2: secundary maxima, interesting !
94- 27 B       SROSS C2 rocket: short period 
94- 28 A ?     MSTI 2: varying, to be confirmed
94- 28 B d     Scout G MSTI2: flashes also seen by BD
94- 29 B d     Pegasus STEP 2: faint but flashing !
94- 41 B b     C1 Nadezhda 4: flashing with short period
94- 45 B !     C1 Kosmos 2285: slightly going down again ?
94- 46 A ?     Apex: just checking
94- 46 B -     Pegasus Apex
94- 57 D ?     DMSP 2-7 launch fragment: flashing acc. to RE
94- 61 B       C1 Kosmos 2292: excentric orbit; 1.4s acc to TC
94- 66 B ?     F2 Tsyklon Okean 4: probably S
94- 68 A ?     IRS P2: probably S, just checking
94- 68 B ?     PSLV IRS P2: status unknown, observations needed !
94- 74 B ?     J1 Zenit Resurs 1-3: no observations yet !
94- 77 B       J1 Zenit Kosmos 2297: fast Zenit flasher 
94- 81 B ?     A2E Molniya 1-88: will soon have decayed
94- 83 B b     C1 Kosmos 2298: short period
94- 85 B d     RS15 rocket: dim flashes ?
94- 86 G ?     F2 Tsyklon K2299-2304: probably S
95-  2 D ?     C1 Tsikada: new, probably flashing


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