Re: 5918 obs 20050426

From: Björn Gimle (b_gimle@algonet.se)
Date: Wed Apr 27 2005 - 18:09:07 EDT

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    Apologies for a 1.1 s error in all times.
    My stopwatch in town rolls over every 10h, and in five days this makes
    12*10h. So when I interpolated times between stopwatch calibrations
    five days apart, and forgot to add the 120h to my readings, I didn't
    spot the error, which just amounted to about the clock drift in that time.
    
    Corrected obs:
    
    19039 88 029B   5918 P 20050426203811980 17 25 1905100+303212 19 S
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426203904860 17 25 1851730+284440 38 S
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426203922030 17 25 1904969+311129 38 S
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426204006090 17 25 1944474+371066 48 S
    26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426204016770 17 25 1955656+383352 58 S
    15071 84 065C   5918 P 20050426204549200 17 25 1638873+131410 58 S
    15071 84 065C   5918 P 20050426204556230 17 25 1631531+114738 19 S
    27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210312450 17 25 0850846+185197 48 S
    27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210318020 17 25 0841717+203987 28 S
    27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210329270 17 25 0821303+241596 19 S
    27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210334760 17 25 0810242+254864 18 S
    27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210434860 17 25 0605227+380159 28 S
    
    New obs of the decayer 27475 02-37F. Yesterday it had almost a grazing
    shadow exit at 30 deg in the N at local 23:16 daylight time, today
    it was well sunlit at culmination and easy in binoculars.
    Flash period 2.1. Heading for a decay this weekend, see CalSky today:
    Forecasted decay Saturday 30 April 2005  Cosmos 2392am2 Cat:27475 2002-037F
    and www.satobs.org/seesat/Apr-2005/0189.html
    (where I grossly underestimated the flash period?)
    
    27475 02 037F   5918 G 20050427210205170 37 25 1123463+552851 29 S
    27475 02 037F   5918 G 20050427210245460 17 25 1902158+470128 18 S
    
    
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    >
    > 19039 88 029B   5918 P 20050426203813070 17 25 1905100+303212 19 S
    > 26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426203905950 17 25 1851730+284440 38 S
    > 26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426203923120 17 25 1904969+311129 38 S
    > 26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426204007180 17 25 1944474+371066 48 S
    > 26934 01 044A   5918 P 20050426204017860 17 25 1955656+383352 58 S
    > 15071 84 065C   5918 P 20050426204550290 17 25 1638873+131410 58 S
    > 15071 84 065C   5918 P 20050426204557320 17 25 1631531+114738 19 S
    > 27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210313540 17 25 0850846+185197 48 S
    > 27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210319110 17 25 0841717+203987 28 S
    > 27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210330360 17 25 0821303+241596 19 S
    > 27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210335850 17 25 0810242+254864 18 S
    > 27699 03 009B   5918 P 20050426210435950 17 25 0605227+380159 28 S
    >
    -- COSPAR 5919, MALMA,    59.2576 N, 18.6172 E, 23 m         --
    -- COSPAR 5918, HAMMARBY, 59.2985 N, 18.1045 E, 44 m         --
    
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