Obs LB 2016 Dec 21 am

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 2016 06:21:39 +0100
The fog of yesterdaywas blown away by the wind during the night.
Clear at 04 UT and the camera was put up.
A bit hazy and the last quarter moon made the sky a bit milky.
But around 04:45 clouds came in, soon ending the session.
Only a few satellites were imaged.

26907 01 040C   4172 G 20161221041829133 17 25 1614797+514864 37 S
26907 01 040C   4172 G 20161221041839133 17 25 1627771+510498 37 S
28097 03 054C   4172 G 20161221043719107 17 25 1714571+640310 37 S
28097 03 054C   4172 G 20161221043729111 17 25 1706826+614395 37 S
28097 03 054C   4172 G 20161221043739112 17 25 1700493+592557 37 S
28097 03 054C   4172 G 20161221043749116 17 25 1655117+570868 37 S
40978 15 058Q   4172 G 20161221045457108 17 25 1349552+225835 37 S
40978 15 058Q   4172 G 20161221045501093 17 25 1351828+210220 37 S

See for the IOD-format:   http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html

Residuals wrt the classfd.tle file of Dec 20.
Norad Cospar         Cross-track    delta T      TLE age  range
None with higher residuals.

The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
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Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3 ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst
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