LB Obs 2016 Feb 19 pm

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2016 21:48:08 +0100
It cleared in the afternoon. But at dusk there were some clouds.
Later more cirrus and thicker clouds, but also smaller and larger clearings.

Imaged 2 recently launched objects.
41333 16 009B UNHA 3 r/b was flashing R with P ~ 2.5 days.
41335 16 011A Sentinel 3A was S

Two satellites have higher residuals; see below.

20692 90 050D   4172 G 20160219173849421 17 25 1317648+670788 37 S
20692 90 050D   4172 G 20160219173859417 17 25 1305814+644075 37 S
20692 90 050D   4172 G 20160219173909425 17 25 1256668+621957 37 S
20691 90 050C   4172 G 20160219174009424 17 25 1315219+663372 37 S
20691 90 050C   4172 G 20160219174019422 17 25 1304240+640819 37 S
20691 90 050C   4172 G 20160219174029417 17 25 1255664+614833 37 S
16623 86 014D   4172 G 20160219174602253 17 25 1101791+654259 37 S
16623 86 014D   4172 G 20160219174609434 17 25 1115190+625251 37 S
11251 79 005A   4172 G 20160219175139400 17 25 1256249+595410 37 S
11251 79 005A   4172 G 20160219175147406 17 25 1240271+612232 37 S
20642 90 050E   4172 G 20160219175209400 17 25 1327082+635528 37 S
20642 90 050E   4172 G 20160219175219398 17 25 1317156+614595 37 S
20642 90 050E   4172 G 20160219175229401 17 25 1309162+594182 37 S
06324 72 104B   4172 G 20160219175959413 17 25 1345044+630641 37 S
06324 72 104B   4172 G 20160219180009409 17 25 1320027+624644 37 S
06324 72 104B   4172 G 20160219180019411 17 25 1254990+620817 37 S
11389 79 050A   4172 G 20160219183331409 17 25 0729925+351309 37 S
11389 79 050A   4172 G 20160219183339414 17 25 0733785+384597 37 F
39475 13 072P   4172 G 20160219183751416 17 25 0827573+504501 37 S
39475 13 072P   4172 G 20160219183757436 17 25 0803475+505921 37 S
36105 09 066B   4172 G 20160219190508699 17 25 0819074+563673 37 S
36105 09 066B   4172 G 20160219190510322 17 25 0821985+574229 37 S
20663 90 055A   4172 G 20160219191020932 17 25 0803717+610026 37 S
20663 90 055A   4172 G 20160219191024113 17 25 0821535+612055 37 S
14241 83 079B   4172 G 20160219191429334 17 25 1640748+630110 37 S
14241 83 079B   4172 G 20160219191435310 17 25 1635708+620384 37 S
41333 16 009B   4172 G 20160219191834321 17 25 1642788+611402 37 R
41333 16 009B   4172 G 20160219191844321 17 25 1658526+593419 37 R
13777 83 004A   4172 G 20160219192324329 17 25 1731672+594845 37 F
41335 16 011A   4172 G 20160219200101349 17 25 1639540+591363 37 S
41335 16 011A   4172 G 20160219200106328 17 25 1646951+585381 37 S

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

Residuals:
Norad Cospar         X-track           delta T      TLE age  range
16623 86 014D    |  0.08869 deg    7.695 sec   6.7 day, 668.5 km

36105 09 066B    |  0.03025 deg    2.067 sec   5.0 day, 612.7 km

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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