Obs 961214

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Sat, 14 Dec 1996 11:26:24 +0100

Finally after almost 3 weeks the weather changed and the cloudcover broke.
This morning I was able to do some observations inbetween some cloudbanks.
Most spectacular were several meteors from the Geminids; bright streaks with 
glowing trails from intens white to blue/green.



64-  6 A 96-12-14 04:25      LB                       S, mag 6
66- 89 A 96-12-14 04:02:11   LB   85.3 0.5   6 14.2   AA, mag 6->inv
69-103 A 96-12-14 04:20:49   LB  163.5 0.5  10 16.4   AA, mag 5->inv
72- 89 A 96-12-14 05:36:42   LB   47.1 0.5   2 23.5   AA, mag 4.5->6
78- 18 B 96-12-14 05:39:31   LB   31.0 0.2  10  3.10  FF, mag 6->inv
83-  4 A 96-11-24 04:28      LB                       S, mag 6
84-  3 B 96-12-14 04:37:38   LB   95.8 1     1 96     MM, mag 6->inv
85- 79 B 96-12-14 05:47:27   LB   91.1 0.5   4 22.8   AA, mag 5->7
86- 62 A 96-12-14 04:33      LB                       almost S, mag 6
86- 92 J 96-12-14 05:30:18   LB   74.9 0.5   2 37.5   AA, mag 6->inv
88-  6 A 96-12-14 04:12:53   LB   67.4 0.5   8  8.4   aA, mag 6(5)->inv
96- 52 A 96-11-24 04:36      LB                       S, mag 5

Greetings and clear skies

Leo Barhorst		Alkmaar			The Netherlands
52.6333 North		4.7833 East		3 m ASL
Member of Seesat-L
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Every day I wonder about the things I see in the (night)sky