BWGS April Flash e-mail report (2/2)

From: Bart De Pontieu <BDP_at_MPE.MPE-GARCHING.MPG.DE>
Date: Sun, 16 Apr 1995 22:26:35 -0400
Program of the Belgian Working Group Satellites

This two-line format contains on the first line :

COSPAR-code (61- 18 A), Category (d), Number of observations (401),
full name and remarks.

The second line contains the three most recent observations in the
following format :

Date (93-04-25), Initials of Observer (TC), Period in seconds (if
applicable, blank for steady objects).

The last two observations also contain part of the remarks made
by the observer (mostly magnitudes).

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61- 18 A d 401     Midas 3
 93-04-25 TC        93-05-15 TC       lp, mag +8.  94-01-03 MM       S, 8
61- 28 A   125     Midas 4
 93-01-17 BD  22.7  93-04-27 FD  40.1              94-07-31 FD  45.0
62- 10 A - 363     Midas 5
 93-05-16 BD  92.5  93-08-17 LB  144  AA, mag 4->  94-12-01 MM       5-7, P>350
63- 14 A   308     Midas 6
 94-09-09 LB  28.1  95-02-28 LB  10.9 FF, mag 7->  95-03-04 BD  21.7 7.3-8.3
63- 30 A d 223     Midas 7
 94-02-16 PK        94-08-30 TC  35.8 AA, mag +7.  95-02-21 LB  13.4 FF, mag 7->
63- 47 A    23     Centaur
 93-07-24 MM  37    93-09-20 MM  34.5 3-5          95-02-20 MM  38   3-inv, u
63- 47 G ?   3     debris: short period according to MM
 93-11-21 MM   1.6  94-07-10 MM   1.7 4.5-inv      94-11-02 MM   1.7 7.0-inv, db
64-  6 A ?   5     Electron 1: 30 or 130s ?
 68-02-27 GL   1.7  94-08-19 MM  130  or 30s, 6.5  95-02-02 MM  28.3 6-inv, 1 fl
64- 38 A d   6     Elektron 3: difficult but surprising !
 93-08-16 RE   3    94-02-18 TC  18.1 sm, mag max  95-01-15 MM  15.3 6.5-inv
65-  8 A !  36     Transtage 3/Titan 3A: accelerating, triple max
 95-02-02 MM   4.9  95-02-02 MM   4.9 5.5-7, fl t  95-02-10 MM   4.8
65- 34 A    39     Transtage 4/Titan 3A
 94-07-09 KJ   9.2  94-07-09 KJ   9.2              94-12-01 MM   9.6 5-8
65- 98 C - 128     Alouette 2 rocket
 94-06-12 TC  114   94-07-03 KJ  107  MM           95-02-18 BD  124  a +5.0->inv
66- 56 B d 338     Pageos 1 rocket: sharp double maximum
 95-02-21 LB  30.2  95-02-28 LB  34.9 'FA-Af'F, m  95-03-01 TC   7.0 mag max +5
66- 77 A d  36     Midas 8-Atlas Agena D: dtm
 94-02-19 LB        94-07-13 MM       S, 9         95-02-19 LB  21.2 AA, mag 7->
66- 89 A d 274     Midas 9-Atlas Agena D
 95-02-20 LB  10.0  95-02-26 BD  13.3 F'aaaF' +5.  95-03-01 TC  20.0 vm, mag max
68- 11 A ?   2     Kosmos 203: faint flashes according to MM
 68-03-19 GL   5.9               95-01-27 MM       var 5-9, fa
69-  9 A b  75     Isis 1
 94-12-03 LB   4.7  95-03-22 BD   9.7 5.0-inv F'f  95-04-02 BD  10.0 F'F_F'_F'F
69- 69 B d  17     Centaur ATS 5
 94-04-11 KD   8.8  94-04-11 KJ   8.8 telescopic   94-04-11 KD   8.8 telescopic
70- 36 J S 102     C1 Kosmos 336
 94-02-17 PK        94-09-12 LB       S, mag 6     95-02-24 MM       S, 8
70-103 A d 160     Kosmos 382: not an easy object to follow and to measure
 94-05-07 LB  18.7  94-05-12 LB  18.4 AA, mag 4->  94-05-30 TC  18.0 AA, mag +7
70-106 B b 196     Delta/CEP 1 NOAA 1: more regular observations please
 95-02-22 WV  11.5  95-03-04 BD   4   I saw it ac  95-04-02 BD  11.7 6.3-inv
70-108 A ?   1     Kosmos 385: slow flashes ?  to be confirmed
 95-01-27 MM       mag 5.5, sl
71- 16 A ?  17     Kosmos 398: Soviet moonlander in Earth orbit
 93-05-02 RE        94-01-04 MM  45   5-6          95-01-03 LB       S, mag 6
71- 24 A    87     Isis 2: vm
 94-05-11 TC  10.3  94-05-28 MM  10.3 6.5-inv, fl  95-04-02 BD  23.8 5.0-inv
71- 41 J S  25     C1 Kosmos 411-418
 94-04-01 MM        95-02-20 MM       S, 9         95-02-24 MM       S, 8
71- 86 J S 288     C1 Kosmos 444-451: steady
 92-07-29 TC        92-11-03 MM       S            94-05-21 MM       S, 8
71- 87 A d   4     DMSP 1: flashing with long period
 92-01-27 WV        94-08-08 TC  27   a'F', mag m  94-08-30 TC       one flash(M
71-116 B    32     Intelsat 4-F3 rocket
 91-07-17 JOP 17.4  92-10-17 PEW  8.7              92-11-12 PEW  8.7
72-  3 B d  15     Centaur Intelsat 4-F4: GTO flasher
 82-09-14 RW   1.4  82-09-24 RW   1.4 P=1.4116     94-07-10 MM   1.5 flash to 5
72- 57 J S 191     C1 Kosmos 504-511
 95-02-20 MM        95-02-24 MM       S, 8         95-02-28 LB       S, mag 7
72- 87 J S  32     C1 Kosmos 528-535
 92-08-05 BD        92-10-17 LB       var, mag 6-  93-12-14 MM       S, 7.5
72- 89 A d  23     DMSP 3: secundary maxima
 94-09-12 LB  18.5  95-03-13 TC  34.3 later 20.19  95-03-17 WV       I
73- 37 J S  74     C1 Kosmos 564-571: steady
 92-08-05 BD        94-05-20 MM       S, 7.5       94-07-14 KJ       S, mag +8
73- 54 A -   5     DMSP 4: long period
 95-02-26 BD        95-03-13 WV       I, one flas  95-03-22 BD  80.5 4.5-inv F'F
73- 69 J - 102     C1 Kosmos 588-595: almost steady
 93-11-18 TC  149   94-04-04 MM  164  6-8.5        94-09-25 MM       6.5, slow v
73-104 J S  51     C1 Kosmos 617-624: steady
 94-03-29 MM        94-08-07 LB       var, mag 5-  94-09-06 MM       S, 7
74- 24 J S  27     C1 Kosmos 641-648
 92-08-05 BD        94-01-03 MM       S, 8         94-11-07 MM       S, 7
74- 63 A d   7     DMSP 6: secundary maxima
 94-02-20 TC  17.0  94-11-01 MM       S, 8         95-02-23 RE  20
74- 72 J S  66     C1 Kosmos 677-684
 94-07-28 MM        94-10-23 MM       S, 8         94-11-06 MM       S, 9
74- 89 A ?   1     NOAA 4
 94-01-03 RE   6
75- 16 J S  51     C1 Kosmos 711-718: steady
 92-08-06 LB        94-05-24 MM       S, 8.5       95-01-15 MM       S, 7.5
75- 27 E d   8     GEOS 3 launch-fragment: flashes confirmed by BD and KJ
 95-02-18 BD   5.9  95-02-26 BD   9.3 +6.0->inv    95-03-03 BD   9.2 5.0-inv _aA
75- 45 J S  43     C1 Kosmos 732-739
 93-08-16 TC        93-12-14 MM       S, 7.5       93-12-15 MM       S, 9
75- 86 J S  33     C1 Kosmos 761-768
 93-08-12 TC        93-12-05 MM       S, 8         94-07-12 MM       S, 7
75-105 A d   3     Molniya 3-03: new, flashes seen by DJL
 95-03-05 DJL 11    95-03-23 DJL 12.0              95-03-25 DJL 11.7
76-  8 J S  41     C1 Kosmos 791-798: steady or slow var
 93-09-21 MM        94-01-09 PK       S, mag +3    94-11-06 MM       S, 9
76- 19 A b 295     Ume 1
 95-01-30 WV   3.9  95-02-22 WV   4.0              95-04-02 BD   1.9 F'f'F' 4.0-
76- 22 A ?   4     Kosmos 807
 76-04-20 HB   6.5  93-10-05 MM  25   5-7.5        94-11-28 MM       S
76- 54 J S  37     C1 Kosmos 825-832
 93-11-28 MM        94-05-07 LB       slowly var,  94-10-23 MM       S, 8
76- 91 A ?   6     AMS 1: could be flashing
 85-08-14 PN   6.4  87-11-02 PN  12.7              87-11-06 PN  12.6
76-118 J - 387     C1 Kosmos 871-878: long period
 94-12-11 MM  57    95-02-25 LB  68.9 AA, mag 5->  95-02-28 LB  71.6 AA, mag 5->
77- 44 A d 110     AMS 2
 94-07-17 RE  20    94-08-04 RE  20                94-09-02 RE  20
77- 79 J S 115     C1 Kosmos 939-946: to be checked
 94-09-06 MM        94-12-24 LB       slowly var,  95-02-21 LB       var5->6, 3
77-117 B ?  11     A1 Vostok Meteor 2-03: could be flashing
 78-06-25 PW   7.1  78-11-01 PW  27.0              94-04-29 PN   6   mag +3.5->8
78-  5 J S  33     C1 Kosmos 976-983: steady
 93-11-06 MM        94-09-25 MM       S, 9         94-09-26 MM       S, 8
78- 18 B b 238     Ume 2
 95-02-12 JVS  3.0  95-02-17 WV   2.9              95-04-02 BD   2.9 5.0-inv F'_
78- 42 A -  46     AMS 3: sometimes extremely bright !
 95-03-20 WV   8.9  95-03-23 TC  10.3 sm, mag +5   95-04-02 BD       -4.0! at 03
78- 56 J S 141     C1 Kosmos 1013-1020: steady
 92-12-28 TC        93-05-17 BDP      S, mag +7.5  95-02-28 LB       S, mag 8
78- 91 J S  21     C1 Kosmos 1034-1041
 93-03-12 LB        94-06-28 MM       S, 7.5       94-12-27 MM       S, 8
78- 95 A d   3     Molniya 3-10: short period
 92-12-05 RE   6.4  92-12-05 RE   6.4              93-03-30 PEW  3.2
78- 96 A d 134     Tiros 11
 95-03-23 TC   7.9  95-04-02 BD   4.0              95-04-02 TC  15.7 F'_A_a_a_F'
78-109 J - 241     C1 Kosmos 1051-1058: long period
 94-10-18 DC        94-12-27 MM  150  5-7.5        95-01-04 LB  120  lp >120, ma
79-  5 A ?   5     Meteor 1-29: to be checked
 93-09-27 RE  30    94-02-22 LB       almost S, m  94-02-23 LB       var, mag 4-
79- 21 B ?   7     A1 Vostok Meteor 2-4: see 77-117B
 93-08-25 PN  20    94-06-18 MM       var 1 mag b  94-10-28 TC       S, mag +3.5
79- 24 J S  18     C1 Kosmos 1081-1088: steady
 94-03-29 MM        94-09-06 MM       S, 7.5       95-02-18 MM       S, 8.5
79- 30 B ! 107     C1 Kosmos 1092: to be watched closely, small accelerations
 95-02-22 WV   4.1  95-02-28 LB   4.1 FF, mag 6->  95-03-04 BD   4.2 5.5-inv
79- 50 A d  75     AMS 4: to be followed more regulary
 95-02-18 RE  20    95-03-02 RE  20                95-04-02 BD  23.1 A'_F_FF_A'
79- 84 J S  27     C1 Kosmos 1130-1137
 92-08-05 BD        94-01-06 MM       S, 7.5       94-09-06 MM       S, 9
80-  3 B -  36     C1 Kosmos 1150: stagnation
 94-08-06 LB  56    94-08-13 PW       S            95-03-22 BD  62.6 6.3-inv
80- 12 J S  23     C1 Kosmos 1156-1163
 94-05-29 MM        94-08-07 LB       S, mag 5     95-02-28 LB       almost S, m
80- 58 J S  26     C1 Kosmos 1192-1199
 93-12-15 MM        94-03-11 MM       S, mag 8.5   94-07-14 KJ       S, mag +9
80- 87 B d  28     Fleetsatcom 4 rocket: ex-GTO: last obs to be checked
 94-03-11 MM   6.4  94-06-23 MM   6.5 4-inv        94-10-28 TC  15.5 vm, mag max
80-102 J S  19     C1 Kosmos 1228-1235: steady
 94-08-18 MM        94-12-03 LB       almost S, m  95-01-27 MM       S, 9
81- 18 B    53     Comstar 1D rocket
 94-04-11 KD   2.9  94-04-11 KJ   2.9              94-08-25 MG   5.8 F'fF'
81- 22 J S  43     C1 Kosmos 1250-1257
 92-07-31 BDP       92-07-31 JDW      S            94-10-23 MM       S, 8
81- 50 B d  31     Intelsat 5-F1 rocket: ex-GTO
 94-03-11 MM   4.5  94-07-09 BD   4.6              94-07-31 FD   4.6
81- 53 B S  75     C1 Kosmos 1275: =HE, almost deleted
 92-04-26 LB  13.9  94-10-30 MM       6-8.5, P~12  94-10-30 MM       6-8.5, P~12
81- 59 A d 162     NOAA 7: secundary maxima
 94-09-07 KJ   4.7  94-10-19 ANO      var, mag +7  95-04-02 BD   1.0
81- 74 J S  13     C1 Kosmos 1287-1294
 92-01-02 KAH       93-12-05 MM       S, 8         94-07-11 DC       S mag 7
81- 84 B -  61     C1 Kosmos 1302: no change
 94-12-25 MM  43    95-01-03 LB       almost S, m  95-02-12 LB  41.0 AA, mag 4->
81- 94 A d   4     Aureole 3: very small amplitude, dtm
 94-08-15 PW        94-08-27 TC       S, mag +7    94-12-27 MM       S, 8
81-116 J   523     C1 Kosmos 1320-1327
 95-01-14 MM  33    95-01-16 LB  34.2 AA, mag 4->  95-01-23 TC  32.9 AA, mag +6
81-119 B d  72     Intelsat 5-F3 rocket: ex-GTO, distinct flashes acc to WN
 93-10-31 MM   5.3  94-03-12 WN   5.3              94-12-01 MM   5.4 5.5-7, fl t
82- 40 J    81     C1 Kosmos 1357-1364: normal rise after acceleration
 95-03-20 RO  21.3  95-03-23 RO  23.4              95-03-23 TC  23.5 AA, mag +4.
82- 41 C    67     KH9-17 capsule: short period
 94-03-02 KJ   1.2  94-03-03 RE   0.6              94-10-04 RE   1
82- 66 B -  52     C1 Kosmos 1383
 94-12-01 MM  51    94-12-02 LB  24.3 AA, mag 4->  94-12-15 TC  46.0 AA, mag +4
82- 73 J S  13     C1 Kosmos 1388-1395
 93-02-28 LB        93-09-25 MM       S, 9.5       94-10-23 MM       S, 8
82-109 B -  18     C1 Kosmos 1420
 94-07-25 LB  88    94-08-01 LB  85   AA, mag 5->  94-08-05 MM  55   3.5
83-  1 B ! 113     C1 Kosmos 1428: going down or HP ?
 94-07-28 MM  39    94-12-01 MM  55   4-6          95-02-28 LB  27.8 AA, mag 5->
83-  2 J S  21     C1 Kosmos 1429-1436
 93-09-20 LB        93-12-05 MM       S, 6         94-03-05 LB       almost S, m
83-  4 A d  34     IRAS: mostly steady
 94-03-05 LB        95-02-19 LB   6.3 AA, mag 5->  95-03-13 TC       S, mag +7
83- 21 B b  73     C1 Kosmos 1447
 95-01-16 LB  21.6  95-01-20 LB  22.5 AA, mag 5->  95-04-02 BD  29.8
83- 22 A    21     NOAA 8
 94-10-28 RE   8    94-12-03 LB  10.8 FF, mag 4->  95-03-04 BD   6.5 A'FA'
83- 31 B -   8     C1 Kosmos 1452: flat max
 95-01-12 WV  38    95-03-21 WV       S, mag +5    95-03-23 DC  45   flat max, m
83- 42 B -  41     C1 Kosmos 1459: secundary maxima ?
 94-08-30 MM  43    95-01-14 MM  48   6-8          95-04-02 TC  40   F'A'A', fir
83- 48 B -  77     C1 Kosmos 1464: long period
 94-09-12 KJ  51    94-09-27 MM  56   4.5-7, sm    95-01-23 TC  60   MM, mag +5.
83- 69 J b 276     C1 Kosmos 1473-1480: no irregularities
 95-02-26 BD  10.2  95-02-28 LB  10.2 AA, mag 4->  95-03-01 WV  10.9
83- 75 A d  17     Kosmos 1484 debris: long period, small amplitude
 94-11-01 MM  59    94-12-01 DC       mag 5, 1 fl  95-01-30 TC       lp, mag max
83- 89 B d   3     Insat 1B: flashes seen by Pierre Neirinck and JP Rohart
 94-04-14 RE  38    94-05-01 PN  19.2 var          94-05-02 PN  38.4 I sharp fl
83- 99 A ?   3     Kosmos 1500: Okean prototype; flashes seen by RE
 92-04-19 TC        92-05-29 BD       S, mag +4.5  95-03-18 RE  10
83-108 B -  59     C1 Kosmos 1506: last observations hp ?
 94-08-30 MM  85    95-03-20 WV  46                95-03-21 WV  39
83-120 B ?  34     C1 Kosmos 1513
 91-12-06 TC        92-10-19 MM       mag 4.5, sl  93-12-15 PN   1   I, mag +6->
84-  1 J S  45     C1 Kosmos 1522-1529: steady
 93-05-22 DC        93-08-15 TC       S, mag +8    94-12-25 MM       S, 8
84-  3 B -  68     C1 Kosmos 1531: period rising again
 95-02-21 WV  39    95-02-28 LB  35   AA, mag 5->  95-02-28 LB  33.5 AA, mag 5->
84- 35 B ?   1     CZ3 China 15: GTO
 95-01-29 MM  10.7 7.5-inv
84- 43 B ?  48     C1 Kosmos 1150: lp, could be going down
 94-08-14 PW  129   94-12-27 MM  105  5-8          95-01-01 MM  125  6-7.5
84- 52 J   196     C1 Kosmos 1559-1566: normal rise
 95-02-27 LB  30.5  95-02-28 LB  24.5 AA, mag 5->  95-03-01 WV  33
84-109 B ! 125     C1 Kosmos 1605: global decrease; to be followed
 95-03-19 RO  20.1  95-03-22 BD  10.3 5.5-8.0 N?   95-03-27 RO  10.6
85- 11 B ! 105     C1 Kosmos 1627: going down ?
 95-02-28 LB  43.6  95-03-25 BD  40.6              95-04-02 BD  41.5
85- 23 J   147     C1 Kosmos 1635-1642: still to be followed
 95-01-08 MM  35.9  95-03-01 TC  36.3 AA, mag +6   95-03-13 WV  38
85- 41 B ! 105     C1 Kosmos 1655: accelerating !
 94-10-23 MM  15    95-01-12 WV  11.1              95-01-15 MM  17.3 5.5-7.5, sm
85- 47 B ?   2     F2 Tsyklon K1660
 93-04-07 PN   8   mag +6->8     95-01-28 MM       S
85- 55 B d   1     Centaur Intelsat 5A-F11: GTO
 92-11-12 RE   7
85- 79 B -  37     C1 Kosmos 1680
 95-02-15 RE  30    95-02-21 LB  36.8 AA, mag 4->  95-02-27 LB  37.8 AA, mag 4->
85- 94 G !   6     F2 Tsyklon K1690-1695: going down !
 94-09-27 MM  42.2  95-02-04 MM  35.5 7.5-8.5, dt  95-04-02 TC  31   sa, mag +6
85-108 A    77     Kosmos 1703: secundary maxima
 94-10-08 RE  10    95-01-01 MM  20   3-5          95-04-02 BD  47.5 3.0-7.0
85-116 B ! 108     C1 Kosmos 1709: sudden acceleration !  confirmed by LB
 94-07-25 TC  38.0  94-12-01 MM       6, S 70 sec  95-02-21 LB   7.7 AA, mag 4->
86-  2 J !  28     C1 Kosmos 1716-1723: last obs S
 94-09-27 MM  25.6  94-12-24 LB  35.8 AA, mag 5->  95-02-24 MM       8-inv, slow
86-  5 B -  53     C1 Kosmos 1725
 94-08-06 LB  27.2  94-09-12 TC  55   AA, mag +4   95-01-15 MM  60   5.5-8
86-  8 B -  49     C1 Kosmos 1727: almost steady
 94-09-01 PW        94-09-06 MM  80   6-inv        95-03-17 WV       >60s
86- 19 B ?   6     Viking 1: flashes seen be several observers
 93-01-26 RE   1    93-04-30 BD   5.5 mag +6.0->i  93-08-12 MM  10.8 flash to 6.
86- 19 C d  64     Ariane 1 debris Spot 1-Viking: difficult
 95-03-19 BD   1.1  95-03-22 BD   1.1 6.0-inv      95-04-02 BD   1.1 6.3-inv
86- 19BB d   6     Ariane 1 debris Spot 1-Viking: to be checked urgently
 91-11-19 RE   0.7  92-12-30 LB   0.6 FF, mag 7->  92-12-30 LB   0.6 FF, mag 7->
86- 37 B ! 147     C1 Kosmos 1745: complex acceleration curve
 95-02-18 MM   9.3  95-02-20 MM   9.3 4-7, ssm     95-02-24 MM   9.5 7-inv, ssm
86- 42 J -  38     C1 Kosmos 1748-1755
 94-02-14 PK        94-02-16 PK       mag +7       94-04-04 MM       6.5-9, P>10
86- 61 A d 210     Ajisai
 94-11-01 RE   0.3  94-12-05 RE   0.5              94-12-15 TC   1.7 changing fl
86- 92 J - 229     C1 Kosmos 1794-1801: descelerated very fast
 95-01-30 WV        95-02-25 LB       very long P  95-02-28 LB  180  long P >180
86- 93 B !  84     C1 Kosmos 1802: flashing or S ?
 94-02-13 LB  106   94-08-06 LB  19.5 AA, mag 4->  95-01-04 LB       almost S, m
86-100 B ?  56     C1 Kosmos 1808: new, seen flashing by Willy Verhaeghen
 92-08-05 BD        92-08-07 BD       S, mag +6.0  95-03-19 WV  22
87-  3 A -  44     Kosmos 1812: secundary maxima
 94-04-06 TC  27    94-04-10 LB       S, mag 5     94-11-06 MM       S, 4
87-  6 B    25     C1 Kosmos 1814: last observation short period ?
 95-02-17 WV        95-02-21 LB  44.5 MM, mag 4->  95-02-27 LB   5.2 AA, mag 5->
87- 11 A d 130     Kosmos 1818, nuclear reactor: slightly going up
 95-02-28 LB        95-03-04 BD   4.2 4.8-7.0      95-04-02 BD   3.9
87- 17 B -  25     C1 Kosmos 1821: almost steady
 94-09-12 KJ  90    94-09-27 MM  80   4.5-7.5      95-01-15 MM  160  4.5-7
87- 43 A -  29     NOSS 8/USA 22
 94-08-27 TC        95-01-12 LB       S, mag 5     95-01-18 RE   0
87- 49 B !  13     C1 Kosmos 1850: accelerated acc to BD, MM and RO
 95-02-10 MM  12    95-03-27 RO  13.7              95-04-03 BD  14.6
87- 51 J ! 187     C1 Kosmos 1852-1859: acceleration seen by Leo Barhorst
 94-11-28 MM        94-12-03 LB       almost S, m  95-02-25 LB   3.4 'Fff'F
87- 53 A S  39     DMSP 2-03
 94-11-07 WV        94-11-08 DC       S, mag 6     95-02-03 WV       lp
87- 74 G     6     F2 Tsyklon Kosmos 1875-1880: short period !
 95-02-24 MM   9.6  95-02-24 MM   9.6 6-inv, ssm   95-04-02 BD  10.7 6.0-8.0
87- 88 A -  30     Kosmos 1892: sm
 94-06-23 LB  37.5  94-06-27 DC       >120, MM, m  95-01-28 BDP 77   AF'F', mag
87- 98 B -  28     C1 Kosmos 1898
 95-03-23 RO        95-04-02 BD  45.6 6.5-inv      95-04-02 BD  32.5 4.5-6.0
87-101 A b  29     Kosmos 1900: more observations !
 94-10-28 WV        94-11-01 RE  30                95-01-28 BDP 27.4 A'A'
88-  6 A d   9     DMSP 2-04: out of order: new flasher seen by TC
 95-03-03 WV        95-04-02 TC   9.4 sm, mag max  95-04-03 TC  11   clouds
88- 16 J - 231     C1 Kosmos 1924-1931
 94-01-02 TC  136   94-01-03 MM  135  5-8          95-02-28 LB  116. AA, mag 4->
88- 19 A b  59     Kosmos 1932
 94-12-01 MM  31    95-02-02 WV  39                95-03-01 WV  32
88- 20 A d  72     Kosmos 1933: triple maxima
 94-12-23 WV   9.6  95-01-03 LB   2.4 FffF, mag 3  95-04-02 BD   5.7 A'FA' 4.5-i
88- 50 A d  17     Kosmos 1953: discovered flashing by Walter Nissen
 95-02-07 MM   3.3  95-03-02 RE   3                95-03-04 BD   3.5 1.0-inv F'a
88- 62 B -  79     C1 Kosmos 1959: long period now
 94-05-07 LB  24.2  94-05-21 MM  50   6-inv        94-08-03 LB  51.8 AA, mag 5->
88- 64 A -  21     Meteor 3-02: long period
 93-11-19 LB  79.0  94-02-13 LB  36.7 AA, mag 6->  94-04-30 LB  125  AA, mag 4->
88- 78 A d 152     USA 32: sometimes naked eye object
 95-02-19 RE   0.5  95-02-26 RE   0.5              95-04-02 BD   1.2 6.0-inv F'F
88-102 A !  15     Kosmos 1980: Elint: short period now ?
 95-02-10 WV        95-02-18 MM  33.5 6-inv, sm,   95-03-04 BD   8.4 5.3-inv
89- 16 A     1     Akebono
 93-06-01 MM   5   flashes to
89- 25 J - 242     C1 Kosmos 2008-2015
 94-02-14 DC        94-02-19 LB  77.1 AA, mag 4->  94-11-01 MM       S, 6.5
89- 28 B !  91     C1 Kosmos 2016: dtm ?
 94-08-15 PW  23    94-09-06 MM  50   4.5-7.5      95-03-22 RO       S
89- 50 B    44     C1 Nadezhda 1: hp
 95-02-27 LB  39    95-02-28 LB  46   AA, mag 5->  95-04-02 BD  76.4 5.5-8.0
89- 89 A d  93     COBE: has become extremely difficult to measure
 95-01-12 LB        95-01-28 BDP 14.2              95-01-30 TC       I, dtm, mag
90-  4 B ! 184     C1 Kosmos 2056: accelerated again, seen by BD
 94-03-12 LB        94-11-21 MM  70   3.5-7.5      95-03-22 BD   5.3
90- 10 A d  16     Kosmos 2058: secundary maxima
 94-01-30 LB  41.8  94-07-11 DC       var. sharp   94-07-12 DC  65   mag 5 (flas
90- 17 B b 140     C1 Nadezhda 2: rising again
 95-02-22 LB        95-02-22 WV  22                95-04-02 BD  26.9 5.3-inv
90- 23 B b 185     C1 Kosmos 2061: short period
 95-03-21 WV   9.5  95-03-22 BD   9.9 6.3-inv      95-03-22 WV   9.6
90- 28 A -  16     Pegsat: long period
 93-05-16 LB   6.6  93-05-16 BD   3.8 dtm, mag +5  95-02-18 MM  64   5-7
90- 29 J - 212     C1 Kosmos 2064-2071: 700 days without any evolution
 95-03-20 RO  100   95-03-20 RO  106               95-03-23 RO  116
90- 36 B ! 155     C1 Kosmos 2074: some secundary maxima
 94-12-01 MM  19.6  95-02-28 LB  27.4 AA, mag 5->  95-03-01 WV       I
90- 37 C    12     HST solar array
 94-08-24 MM  17.3  94-11-27 WJW  8.6 sm, shadow   94-11-28 WJW 17.3 2 complete
90- 40 D ?   1     A2E Kosmos 2076: Molniya orbit
 95-02-05 MM  12.0 9-10.5
90- 78 A d  13     Kosmos 2098: dtm, very irregular but definately flashing !
 94-05-09 TC  20    94-05-11 TC  13.2 sm(I), mag   94-05-29 MM       I fl to 4
90- 78 B - 141     C1 Kosmos 2098: difficult near perigee
 94-09-07 TC  81    94-09-22 RE  80                94-12-25 MM  100  3.5-6
90- 81 D d  55     CZ4 China 30 debris
 92-12-28 LB  49    93-01-29 LB       I, mag 4->7  95-02-22 WV       S, +5
90- 81 K d   8     Feng Yung 1-2 launch fragment: flashes confirmed by TC
 95-03-22 BD   9.7  95-03-23 TC   7.8 FfF, mag +4  95-04-02 TC   7.9 F'ffF', mag
90- 83 B ? 133     C1 Kosmos 2100: new, varying according to JP Rohart
 94-08-14 KJ        95-01-12 LB  132  MM, mag 4->  95-03-21 RO       I, mag 5->9
90-105 A d  45     DMSP 2-05: two periods possible, sometimes very bright
 94-09-12 TC  19    95-03-23 TC       S, mag +5.5  95-04-02 TC   1.9 FF; very ni
90-111 B !  23     C1 Kosmos 2112: seen with short period by BD
 95-01-20 LB  71    95-02-25 LB  51   MM, mag 4->  95-04-02 BD  11.0
91-  9 J d 463     C1 Kosmos 2125-2132 debris: characteristic triple maxima
 95-03-21 RO  73    95-03-23 DC  26.4 AA, mag 5->  95-04-02 TC  53   AA, mag +5.
91- 13 B b 173     C1 Kosmos 2135
 95-02-28 LB  23.4  95-03-04 BD  24.2 5.5-inv      95-04-02 BD  26.4 7.0-inv
91- 19 B ! 188     C1 Nadezhda 3: short period seen by BD, DC and TC
 95-03-19 BD   2.9  95-03-23 DC   2.9 FF, mag 5->  95-03-23 TC   2.9 FF, mag +4
91- 29 B b 107     C1 Kosmos 2142: period rising again
 94-10-10 WV  30    94-10-17 DC  16   hp?, AA mag  95-01-23 TC  36.4 dtm, sm, ma
91- 42 A d  30     Kosmos 2151: sm
 95-01-15 MM  42    95-01-20 LB       S, mag 5     95-01-23 WV  45
91- 59 B ! 166     C1 Kosmos 2154: many sm ->hp
 95-03-13 TC  16.4  95-03-20 WV   8.4              95-03-21 WV   8.3
91- 81 B -  50     C1 Kosmos 2173: accelerated
 94-09-25 MM  53    95-01-08 MM  66   6-8          95-03-20 RO       S
92-  8 B !  96     C1 Kosmos 2180: going down
 95-02-09 WV  15.3  95-02-17 WV  13.6              95-02-22 WV  13.5
92- 12 B !  76     C1 Kosmos 2181: short period
 95-03-13 WV   3.2  95-03-25 BD   3.2 4.5-inv F'F  95-04-02 BD   3.1 5.0-inv
92- 20 B ! 150     C1 Kosmos 2184: probably going down
 95-02-26 BD  35.5  95-02-28 LB  44   AA, mag 4->  95-03-03 BD  24.5 6.0-inv
92- 23 A d 144     USA 81: sometimes naked eye object, same period as 88-79A
 95-01-16 LB   1.2  95-01-18 RE   0.5              95-03-28 RE   1
92- 30 J b 326     C1 Kosmos 2187-2194: sometimes secundary maxima
 95-03-10 WV   9.0  95-03-13 WV   4.5              95-03-13 TC   4.5 FF, mag +4.
92- 36 B    68     C1 Kosmos 2195: new, jumped into the programme again
 95-02-19 LB        95-02-21 LB       long P, var  95-02-28 LB  42.7 AA, mag 4->
92- 38 A !  28     SAMPEX: ID reversed with 38B ?  now scout rocket ?
 93-08-15 BD   5.6  93-08-17 BD   5.7 F, mag +5.5  94-01-02 KJ   0.7 I, var max
92- 42 G ?  13     F2 Tsyklon K2197-2202: new, variations seen by RO
 95-03-21 RO        95-03-21 RO       S in west    95-03-23 RO  25
92- 53 B b  52     C1 Kosmos 2208: normal rise
 95-01-27 MM  38    95-03-27 RO       difficult    95-04-02 TC  43   sm, mag +6
92- 64 A d  28     Freja: dtm, hp
 94-04-04 TC   5.9  94-07-09 BD   3.0 f'f'         94-11-01 MM   3.0 8-inv
92- 70 D d   4     IRIS stage Lageos 2: flashes confirmed by Walter Nissen
 94-03-30 WN  21.1  94-07-13 WN   9.0 dtm          95-01-27 MM  49.5 5-8.5
92- 73 B b  66     C1 Kosmos 2218: nice
 95-03-20 WV   3.5  95-03-20 WV   7.1              95-03-22 BD   7.0 5.0-inv F'F
92- 86 B     5     USA 89/DOD 1
 92-12-12 PEW  1.0  92-12-13 PEW  1.0              92-12-14 RE   2
92- 93 B b 269     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2227: sometimes flat maxima or S
 95-03-22 BD  49.6  95-03-22 WV  50                95-03-23 TC  50   MM, mag +2.
93-  1 B !  42     C1 Kosmos 2230: new acceleration
 94-11-21 MM  40    94-12-03 LB       long P, AA,  95-02-25 LB  10.7 AA, mag 4->
93-  8 B b  55     C1 Kosmos 2233
 94-09-12 KJ  27    94-10-11 WV  31.4              95-01-29 MM  75   3.5-6
93-  9 A ?   1     CDS 1: for low latitudes; triple max acc to MM
 94-12-27 MM  32.3 7-inv, trip
93- 11 A ?   2     Asuka/Astro D: short period, for low latitudes
 94-09-25 MM   1.9               95-01-01 MM   3.5 3.5-inv
93- 14 B d   6     Start 1 rocket: faint but measureable, more obs please
 93-12-07 RE   3    94-04-06 TC   4   a, dtm, mag  94-08-28 TC   5.5 vm, mag +7.
93- 15 B ?   2     Centaur UHF1: GTO
 95-02-04 MM  15.5 4-8           95-02-24 MM  15.0 5-inv
93- 16 B b 259     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2237: same remark as 92-93B
 95-02-12 LB  34.0  95-03-04 BD  48.4 5.0-inv sm   95-03-04 BD  50.7 2.0-inv
93- 17 C     4     Delta 2 Navstar 2A-10: more obs needed
 93-09-18 MM  18    94-08-18 MM       S, 3.5       94-12-11 MM       5.5-inv, P>
93- 20 B b  82     C1 Kosmos 2239: nicely going up
 95-01-08 MM  32.4  95-03-17 RO       S, mag +4    95-03-22 WV  50
93- 24 A d  43     Kosmos 2242: secundary maxima
 95-02-27 LB  44.3  95-02-28 LB  44.3 'FA'F, mag   95-03-04 BD  45.4 2.0-inv
93- 26 A ?   5     Alexis: varying acc to RE
 95-01-06 RE  10    95-02-26 RE   8                95-02-26 RE   8
93- 26 B d  31     Pegasus third stage ALEXIS: variable maxima
 95-02-20 MM   6.1  95-03-22 BD   6.4 4.0-inv F'_  95-03-28 RE   6
93- 30 G -  17     F2 Tsyklon Kosmos 2250: now 93-30F(22651)?
 95-02-20 MM  70    95-02-21 LB  35.6 AA, mag 5->  95-02-26 LB  29.9 AA, mag 5->
93- 36 B !  38     C1 Kosmos 2251: 5 seconds again ?
 94-08-15 PW        95-01-14 MM       S, 6.5       95-02-25 LB   5.2 AA, mag 5->
93- 41 B     4     Scout G Radcal: faint object, slowly varying ?
 94-04-01 MM        94-08-30 TC       S or I, mag  94-09-12 TC       var, I, mag
93- 50 A d   6     NOAA 13: irregalar variations
 94-04-02 RE  20    94-07-30 LB  31.7 AA, mag 3->  94-08-07 LB  16.8 AA, mag 4->
93- 54 B     4     Delta 2 Navstar 2A-13: only for low latitudes-interesting
 94-08-05 MM   3.7  94-09-25 MM   4.2 5-8          94-12-26 MM   9.6 4-inv, alt
93- 56 B ?   1     Centaur UHF 2: flashing with 6s
 94-09-07 MM   6.0 flash to 6
93- 59 B b 124     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2263: sometimes S or sa
 95-03-18 RE  13.4  95-03-19 BD  13.8 4.0-inv N=7  95-03-25 BD  14.8 3.0-inv
93- 63 A d  17     FSW 1-15: short period - difficult
 94-12-26 MM  84    95-01-17 RE  40                95-02-26 RE  30
93- 67 B b  23     C1 Kosmos 2265: some irregularities
 95-02-10 WV        95-02-12 LB       almost S, m  95-02-12 KJ       S, mag +2
93- 70 B b  44     C1 Kosmos 2266
 95-02-21 LB  21.0  95-02-28 LB  27.9 FF, mag 2->  95-04-02 BD  24.7 4.8-inv
94- 23 B b  47     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2278
 95-03-11 RO   3.1  95-03-13 TC   3.0 F'fF'_F', m  95-04-02 BD   3.6 2.8-inv
94- 24 B !  14     C1 Kosmos 2279: accelerated and still going down
 95-02-12 BD   5.   95-02-12 BD  12.7 +5.0->inv    95-02-28 LB       var, mag 6-
94- 27 A d   9     SROSS C2: secundary maxima, interesting !
 94-10-12 WN  12.5  94-11-13 WN  14.0 inv, except  94-12-27 MM   3.7 5-inv
94- 27 B     6     SROSS C2 rocket: short period
 94-07-10 DC  15    94-09-26 MM   1.0 5.5-7        94-09-27 MM   0.5 7-inv
94- 28 A ?   1     MSTI 2: varying, to be confirmed
 94-10-08 TC  36   var, min, m
94- 28 B d   3     Scout G MSTI2: flashes also seen by BD
 94-12-26 MM   2.1  95-01-01 MM   2.2 4.5-5.5      95-02-18 BD   2.5 +5.5->8.0
94- 29 B d   7     Pegasus STEP 2: faint but flashing !
 94-08-15 PW        95-02-25 LB  60   MM, mag 5->  95-02-28 LB  31   MM, mag 5->
94- 41 B b  31     C1 Nadezhda 4: nicely going up
 95-02-28 LB   5.7  95-03-04 BD   5.8 5.0-8.0      95-03-04 BD   5.9 5.5-inv F'F
94- 45 B !  30     C1 Kosmos 2285: slightly going down again ?
 95-02-26 BJG  5.8  95-02-27 LB   5.9 FF, mag 4->  95-03-03 WV   6.0
94- 46 A ?   1     Apex: just checking
 94-10-12 MM  65   5-9
94- 46 B -   0     Pegasus Apex
94- 61 B     6     C1 Kosmos 2292: excentric orbit; 1.4s acc to TC
 94-12-25 MM   1.4  94-12-27 MM   1.4 5.5-inv      95-04-02 BD   2.3 3.0-inv
94- 68 A ?   0     IRS P2: probably S, just checking
94- 68 B d   2     PSLV IRS P2: flashes seen by TC but dtm
 95-03-23 TC   6.7 periods fro   95-04-02 TC   6.6 dtm, period
94- 74 B b  17     J1 Zenit Resurs 1-3: sa, easier to measure below 30 degrees
 95-04-02 BD   1.1  95-04-02 HS   1.2 mag 1.5->2.  95-04-02 TC   1.2 S->sa-from
94- 77 B b  27     J1 Zenit Kosmos 2297: fast Zenit flasher but sometimes S
 95-03-30 AS   0.5  95-03-30 AS   0.5 dtm, shadow  95-04-02 BD   0.6 3.5-inv N?
94- 83 B b   6     C1 Kosmos 2298: short period
 95-02-18 BD   1.9  95-03-29 BD   1.7 4.8-6.0      95-04-02 TC   2.4 sm, mag +3.
94- 85 B d  13     RS15 rocket: not convinced yet !
 95-04-02 TC        95-04-02 BD   1.1 N? 6.5-7.5   95-04-02 TC       S, mag +6
95-  2 D ?   0     C1 Tsikada: probably flashing
95-  8 B ?   0     C1 Kosmos 2306: new, probably flashing
95- 12 B ?   0     C1 Kosmos 2310: new and probably flashing

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