CB Obs April 14/15, 2015: Fixed Video

From: C. Bassa via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Apr 2015 06:44:00 +0200
The fixed video setup was put back in operation. It stares at the NOSS
apex near 30 deg azimuth and 30 deg elevation and records data for the
entire night. Conditions were excellent after 22UT when the clouds
dissolved.

10033 77 044A   4171 E 20150415020114600 17 25 2353031+560598 37 S
10033 77 044A   4171 E 20150415020119631 17 25 0002976+563436 37 S
10033 77 044A   4171 E 20150415020129611 17 25 0022928+571953 37 S
14690 84 012A   4171 E 20150415001933832 17 25 2239222+600879 37 I
14690 84 012A   4171 E 20150415001937021 17 25 2232123+592782 37 I
14690 84 012A   4171 E 20150415001941718 17 25 2222026+582511 37 I
14690 84 012A   4171 E 20150415001945657 17 25 2213970+572834 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 E 20150414231019603 17 25 2136817+571469 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 E 20150414231029602 17 25 2121584+552383 37 S
16591 86 014A   4171 E 20150414231039601 17 25 2108255+532825 37 S
16624 86 014E   4171 E 20150415002459598 17 25 2249603+592197 37 S
16624 86 014E   4171 E 20150415002509597 17 25 2231089+572199 37 S
16624 86 014E   4171 E 20150415002519598 17 25 2214836+551317 37 S
25991 99 067A   4171 E 20150415023624571 17 25 0049497+550825 37 R
25991 99 067A   4171 E 20150415023629589 17 25 0043223+553017 37 R
25991 99 067A   4171 E 20150415023639600 17 25 0029603+561084 37 R
25991 99 067A   4171 E 20150415023649589 17 25 0014661+564748 37 R
28095 03 054A   4171 E 20150415021259609 17 25 0032055+595497 37 S
28095 03 054A   4171 E 20150415021309609 17 25 0028676+581260 37 S
28095 03 054A   4171 E 20150415021319609 17 25 0025748+563352 37 F
28095 03 054A   4171 E 20150415021329619 17 25 0023284+545794 37 S
28097 03 054C   4171 E 20150415022634579 17 25 0046725+591716 37 S
28097 03 054C   4171 E 20150415022639598 17 25 0044970+582702 37 S
28097 03 054C   4171 E 20150415022649608 17 25 0041528+564826 37 S
28097 03 054C   4171 E 20150415022659599 17 25 0038623+551283 37 S
28097 03 054C   4171 E 20150415022704617 17 25 0037410+542556 37 S
28538 05 004B   4171 E 20150415002549597 17 25 2250429+593381 37 I
28538 05 004B   4171 E 20150415002559606 17 25 2244920+575944 37 I
28538 05 004B   4171 E 20150415002609615 17 25 2239982+562688 37 I
28538 05 004B   4171 E 20150415002619596 17 25 2235674+545625 37 I
28538 05 004B   4171 E 20150415002629617 17 25 2231800+532680 37 I
38758 12 048A   4171 E 20150415015859621 17 25 0026620+582115 37 S
38758 12 048A   4171 E 20150415015909632 17 25 0020425+564274 37 S
38758 12 048A   4171 E 20150415015919613 17 25 0015041+550614 37 S
38773 12 048P   4171 E 20150415015854602 17 25 0025758+581017 37 S
38773 12 048P   4171 E 20150415015859621 17 25 0022709+572068 37 S
38773 12 048P   4171 E 20150415015909632 17 25 0016977+554351 37 S
38773 12 048P   4171 E 20150415015914624 17 25 0014432+545485 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 6 (A) [14690/84012A] was seen as an unknown, after it has been
   lost for 89 days.
2) NOSS 7 (E) was on time but off track by about half a degree on the
   classfd.tle elements. Kevin found this object as an unknown on
   Sunday. Guessing a drag term gives me this fit to his and my
   observations:

NOSS 7 (E)
1 16624U 86014E   15105.19018519  .00000000  00000-0  50000-3 0    05
2 16624  63.2804 106.2830 0825289  45.4981 165.9302 13.43744740    02
# 20150412.03-20150415.02, 5 measurements, 0.041 deg rms

Regards,
   Cees
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