4541 PPAS SAFIR 2 R/B

From: alberto rango (alberto.rango@tin.it)
Date: Sun Feb 05 2012 - 15:09:15 UTC

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    White Rome suffering from a major rare covering of snow (about 30 cm).
    
    Poor visibility above the horizon, however I succeeded in observing
    
    Safir 2 R/B . 
    
    Trajectory   from 10/206 to 24/191 (shadow entrance).
    
    Rapid very short flashes mg +7, difficult to take.
    
     
    
    No show of Navid 12 005A, predicted 2 minutes later, trajectory close 
    
    to Safir 2 R/B.
    
     
    
     
    
     
    
    12-005 B 12-02-04 18:10:40.3 AR  015.6 0.3 026 00.60  F, 7->i
    
    Timings:  1s.12  0.80  0.58  0.62  0.57  0.69  1.24  1.02  1.27  
    
    1.70  0.58  0.55  2.45  1.79  0.65 
    
    Site 4541, bino 15x70,  followed from  18:10:24.65 (about 17/199)
    
    To 18:10::40.28 ( about 20/196)
    
     
    
    Alberto  Rango, Roma,  4541  41.9668N  012.4545E  80 mt.
    
     
    
     
    
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