Obs Feb 11

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2000 - 04:46:43 PST

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    A nice, clear morning as start of my winterholliday.
    To night we go two weeks to Austria, where I hope do obs also.
    We will be at Innerkrems (46 degr 55'N 13 degr 40'E, 1560m ASL)
    I'll unsubscribe from seesat-l to avoid overloading my mailbox.
    
    The obs of this morning:
    
    00-  4 C 00-02-11 04:22      LB                       S, 4
    00-  4 C 00-02-11 06:02      LB                       S, 4
    00-  4 H 00-02-11 04:10:58   LB   86.1 0.5  10  8.6   FF, 5->i
    From the other 00- 04 object I saw one a few seconds in front of C
    in the first pass. H was flashing nicely, but a bit Irr, timings:
    18.14 16.08 7.61 9.49 (this one to mag 1) 15.86 11.07 7.85 sec.
    At the time of the second pass it was already too bright to see
    others than the C-object.
    
    63- 14 A 00-02-11 05:06:24   LB   81.7 0.2   8 10.21  AA, 6->i
    Timings: 10.25 9.33 20.71(2) 22.03(2) 19.35(2)
    
    65- 98 C 00-02-11 03:51      LB                       almost S, 5
    74-  1 B 00-02-11 05:43      LB                       S, 7
    78- 18 B 00-02-11 05:36:04   LB   66.5 0.2  20  3.33  FF, 4->i, sm, 6
    78- 96 A 00-02-11 05:28:22   LB   52.5 0.2  11  4.78  FF, 5->i
    Timings: 5.28 3.81 6.03 4.38 4.46 4.29 4.79 4.92 3.91 4.95 5.71 sec
    
    82- 55 B 00-02-11 04:35      LB                       S, 5
    84-109 B 00-02-11 05:12      LB                       slowly var, 6->i
    87- 62 A 00-02-11 04:45      LB                       S, 7
    87- 74 G 00-02-11 04:31      LB                       almost S, 6
    90- 81 T 00-02-11 05:31      LB                       almost S, 7
    91- 50 F 00-02-11 05:03      LB                       S, 6
    92- 12 B 00-02-11 04:10:58   LB   57.9 0.5   4 14.5   AA, 4->6
    92- 64 A 00-02-11 04:47:11   LB   37.9 0.2   5  7.58  AA, 4->i, sm, 5
    Timings: 7.38 7.73 7.57 7.64 7.58 sec
    
    92- 73 B 00-02-11 05:15      LB                       S, 7
    Didn't see it on its first pass
    
    96- 51 B 00-02-11 03:58      LB                       S, 4
    99- 11 B 00-02-11 05:21:19   LB   85.4 0.2  10  8.54  AaA, 4(5)->i
    Timings: 6.57 9.62 8.94 8.01 8.87 7.94 18.03(2) 7.87 9.53 sec
    
    99- 22 A 00-02-11 04:58      LB                       almost S, 5
    99- 22 C 00-02-11 04:57:27   LB   67.3 0.2  70  0.961 FF, 4->i
    Timings: 9.65 9.45 9.65 9.65 9.78 9.47 9.63 sec
    
    99- 37 E 00-02-11 05:10      LB                       S, 5
    99- 45 B 00-02-11 05:55:32   LB   41.5 0.5   4 10.4   AA, 4->6
    99- 72 A 00-02-11 06:08      LB                       S, 2
    
    Also saw several bright meteors; one with a glowing trail that
    remained visible several seconds.
    
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst                                                145 obs in 2000
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL
    
    
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