Re: 4541 SATOBS 10 - 11 APR 2016

From: Alain Figer via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2016 17:50:29 +0200
Hi Alberto,

On 10 and 11 April 2016 from the southern Alps I observed the 2016-023-B
rocket till eclipse too ; both passes were same as yours !
I photographed it using a wide angle objective of 28mm on a Canon EOS 6D.

From my location the rocket was nicely flashing during both passes showing
a range of about 4 magnitudes ; from the photos I derived both times a
14-second photometric period, not much accurate - say to one second.
On 10 April the rocket track is still visible on the photo at 19h37m04s
(very dim through some clouds) and on 11 April till 19h23m48s (clear sky).

Regards

Alain Figer

Southern Alps : 44.573 N ; 6.682 E ; 1850 m a.s.l.

2016-04-12 10:49 GMT+02:00 alberto rango via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>:

> 41449 16 023B   4541 F 20160410193654540 17 25 0408730+194107 38 S+010 05
> Mg +1 steady,  eclipse 19h37m02s.
>
> 41449 16 023B   4541 F 20160411192329520 17 25 0423120+341707 38 S+015 05
> Mg +1.5  steady,  eclipse 19h23m41s
>
> Alberto Rango, Roma  4541  41°.9683N  012°.4545E  80  mt.
>
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