CB Obs April 19/20, 2014: Video

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 20 Apr 2014 08:51:25 +0200
Reasonable conditions. Some clouds again around midnight.

05680 71 110C   4171 G 20140419224645100 17 25 2117635+590897 37 I
05680 71 110C   4171 G 20140419224647360 17 25 2118975+584922 37 I
05680 71 110C   4171 G 20140419224650040 17 25 2120682+582597 37 I
05680 71 110C   4171 G 20140419224653120 17 25 2122389+575961 37 I
05680 71 110C   4171 G 20140419224656000 17 25 2123933+573521 37 I
21799 91 076C   4171 G 20140420030323461 17 25 0207580+571511 37 S
21799 91 076C   4171 G 20140420030333473 17 25 0201598+553431 37 S
21808 91 076D   4171 G 20140420025818444 17 25 0159188+571544 37 S
21808 91 076D   4171 G 20140420025823476 17 25 0156435+562353 37 S
21808 91 076D   4171 G 20140420025828524 17 25 0153871+553215 37 S
23862 96 029D   4171 G 20140419230823473 17 25 2202790+585634 37 I
23862 96 029D   4171 G 20140419230833453 17 25 2157368+571514 37 I
23862 96 029D   4171 G 20140419230843473 17 25 2152793+553779 37 I
23862 96 029D   4171 G 20140419230853453 17 25 2148819+540303 37 I
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210513449 17 25 1958639+601423 37 S
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210523473 17 25 1952353+583571 37 S
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210533454 17 25 1946949+565868 37 S
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210543452 17 25 1942209+552435 37 S
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210553448 17 25 1938048+535253 37 S
26905 01 040A   4171 G 20140419210558492 17 25 1936282+530703 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419201238450 17 25 1843316+590770 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419201243471 17 25 1842307+581707 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419201253482 17 25 1840276+563770 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419201303471 17 25 1838559+550165 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419201308492 17 25 1837911+541468 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419220353483 17 25 2035038+590578 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419220403474 17 25 2026992+572751 37 S
26907 01 040C   4171 G 20140419220413486 17 25 2019958+554913 37 S
28096 03 054B   4171 G 20140419202303465 17 25 1845734+582908 37 I
28096 03 054B   4171 G 20140419202313466 17 25 1843944+565885 37 I
28096 03 054B   4171 G 20140419202323477 17 25 1842391+553089 37 I
37386 11 014A   4171 G 20140419200138456 17 25 1852732+593194 37 S
37386 11 014A   4171 G 20140419200143475 17 25 1848869+584280 37 S
37386 11 014A   4171 G 20140419200153475 17 25 1841649+570440 37 S
37386 11 014A   4171 G 20140419200203488 17 25 1835256+552688 37 S
37386 11 014A   4171 G 20140419200213476 17 25 1829708+535049 37 S
37391 11 014B   4171 G 20140419200133476 17 25 1851751+592289 37 S
37391 11 014B   4171 G 20140419200143475 17 25 1844076+574428 37 S
37391 11 014B   4171 G 20140419200153475 17 25 1837354+560610 37 S
37391 11 014B   4171 G 20140419200203488 17 25 1831489+542889 37 S
99408 14 609A   4171 G 20140419213702969 17 25 2018159+601174 37 S
99408 14 609A   4171 G 20140419213703618 17 25 2020990+601376 37 S
99408 14 609A   4171 G 20140419213704358 17 25 2024202+601575 37 S
99408 14 609A   4171 G 20140419213705281 17 25 2028194+601770 37 S

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Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP, Fixed setup
IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
COSPAR 4171: 52.8344N, 6.3785E, 10m (WGS84)
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NOTES:
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1) NOSS 0 (C) [5680/71110C] was seen when it gave one bright flare. It
   was last seen 52 days ago.
2) The 99408 unknown is in a sun-synchronous orbit. This may be IGS 1A
   [27698/03009A], but the ascending node is quite a bit off. I have
   also seen reports of it being near decay, so I am not confident of
   the identification.

Regards,
   Cees
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