CB Obs April 25, 2014: Video

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sat, 26 Apr 2014 12:38:04 +0200
The Watec 902H2 video camera was used on the NexStar again, now that
most satellites are visible for most of the night. Conditions were
poor with thin clouds.

10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203146295 17 25 1340888+495973 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203147357 17 25 1342431+490781 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203148315 17 25 1343769+482139 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203149554 17 25 1345596+472169 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203151046 17 25 1347494+461061 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203152474 17 25 1349224+450287 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203153785 17 25 1350689+440280 37 S
10502 77 112A   4171 P 20140425203154725 17 25 1351727+431985 37 S
19460 88 078A   4171 P 20140425202058119 17 25 1441005+320552 37 S
19460 88 078A   4171 P 20140425202103841 17 25 1448254+335317 37 S
19460 88 078A   4171 P 20140425202113842 17 25 1501541+365546 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 P 20140425210408806 17 25 0819162+223403 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 P 20140425210413836 17 25 0813831+225335 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 P 20140425210423825 17 25 0803102+232905 37 S
37162 10 046A   4171 P 20140425210428847 17 25 0757821+234565 37 S
39232 13 043A   4171 P 20140425204508711 17 25 1050844+380627 37 S
39232 13 043A   4171 P 20140425204510170 17 25 1048970+390622 37 S
39232 13 043A   4171 P 20140425204512510 17 25 1045499+404264 37 S
39462 13 072A   4171 P 20140425202253832 17 25 1511103+354535 37 S
39462 13 072A   4171 P 20140425202303839 17 25 1458621+355172 37 S
39462 13 072A   4171 P 20140425202308862 17 25 1452317+355260 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) I performed a planar search for the Elisa West pair [38007/11076A
   and 38009/11076C] but failed to see them, probably because of bad
   phase angles. A fast unknown did appear, which was quickly
   identified as NOSS 2 (A) [10502/77112A], last seen 65 days ago.

Regards,
  Cees
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