Observations, and PPAS flash reports

From: Bj|rn Gimle <Bjorn_Gimle_at_lector.kth.se>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 1995 11:42:36 -0400
While looking for other objects, I found some unexpected
objects, but easy to identify, last week.

#12553, 81-59A, very nice flasher, two submaxima at +3 or +4, followed
        NOAA-7  by a bright flash at +1 to -1 over long arcs from SE to N
                (1995-04-01 to 04-10) Flash period 4.32 (1995-04-02)
#16615, 86-19C, mag. 4/6 with period 1.14 sec. or 4.56 with four
                submaxima per period (1995-04-02), 1.16 sec.(1995-04-10)
#23088, 94-23B, flash period 3.88 sec (1995-04-10)
#06268, 72-87F, steady? in binocular field with direction
                opposite to #16615 (1995-04-01)
#25530, 95-14A, bright and steady at 30 degrees in SW (1995-04-02)
#20671, 90-57B, steady (1995-04-01)
#04327, 70-09A, steady at magn. +3 or 4 (1995-04-03)
On Apr.3, though the sky was very dark, I could see only the leading
and one of the trailing NOSS 2-1 objects, but on Apr.10, with a half
moon and through light clouds, I saw all three at normal brightness.

PPAS:

>From Tyresoe, Sweden, 18d 14m E, 59d 13m N, 7*50:

77- 44 A 95-03-21 21:55      BG   12   3     2  4    Old elset, ID
uncertain
95-  2 D 95-03-21 21:55:20   BG   21   5     1  4.2
86- 19 C 95-04-10 19:34:25.3 BG   44.3 0.3  38  1.16 Four submax in 4.64 s?
94- 23 B 95-04-10 20:16:24.6 BG  186.3 0.4  48  3.86

>From Lofsdalen, Sweden, 13d 15m E, 62d 08m N, 7*30 :

81- 59 A 95-04-02 20:06:41.8 BG   95   0.2  22  4.32 Two submax + one flash
86- 19 C 95-04-03 20:27:30.9 BG   61   0.3  52  1.14 Four submax in 4.56 s?
Received on Tue Apr 11 1995 - 11:25:55 UTC

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