CB Obs January 28, 2013, part 1

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jan 28 2013 - 09:49:05 UTC

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    The bright full moon increased the background a bit. I will reduce and
    report the second part of the observations later today.
    
    21798 91 082A   4553 F 20130128054614175 17 25 0114667+564088 37 I
    21798 91 082A   4553 F 20130128054624175 17 25 0117312+580419 37 I
    21798 91 082A   4553 F 20130128054634166 17 25 0120562+593148 37 I
    25991 99 067A   4553 F 20130128042307593 17 25 2211699+653747 37 S
    25991 99 067A   4553 F 20130128042314170 17 25 2204940+665006 37 S
    25991 99 067A   4553 F 20130128042324170 17 25 2152669+684211 37 S
    25991 99 067A   4553 F 20130128042329630 17 25 2144718+694444 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4553 F 20130128053648250 17 25 2107559+694042 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4553 F 20130128053654178 17 25 2111698+682186 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4553 F 20130128053704190 17 25 2117401+661338 37 S
    26905 01 040A   4553 F 20130128053714178 17 25 2122075+641015 37 S
    26906 01 040B   4553 F 20130128050958071 17 25 2200240+640618 37 S
    26906 01 040B   4553 F 20130128051004151 17 25 2153404+630337 37 I
    26906 01 040B   4553 F 20130128051014150 17 25 2143130+612063 37 I
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128051156249 17 25 1925917+691767 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128051204149 17 25 1940202+674777 37 S
    26907 01 040C   4553 F 20130128051214162 17 25 1955099+655390 37 S
    28054 03 048A   4553 F 20130128053434189 17 25 2151221+465859 37 S
    28054 03 048A   4553 F 20130128053444170 17 25 2140349+470585 37 S
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128050847350 17 25 2121332+652257 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128050854170 17 25 2121364+640748 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128050904151 17 25 2121278+622047 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128050914150 17 25 2121146+603715 37 I
    28096 03 054B   4553 F 20130128050924170 17 25 2121295+585796 37 I
    37228 10 062G   4553 F 20130128044834159 17 25 2051481+483536 37 S
    37228 10 062G   4553 F 20130128044844169 17 25 2101851+474024 37 S
    37228 10 062G   4553 F 20130128044854179 17 25 2111065+464581 37 S
    37228 10 062G   4553 F 20130128044904160 17 25 2119374+455135 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128041037808 17 25 2032205+701215 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128041044167 17 25 2031320+684834 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128041054175 17 25 2030192+664007 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128041104165 17 25 2029378+643711 37 S
    37386 11 014A   4553 F 20130128041111455 17 25 2028989+631031 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128041046034 17 25 2030358+694085 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128041054175 17 25 2029521+675454 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128041104165 17 25 2028745+654855 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128041114175 17 25 2028214+634731 37 S
    37391 11 014B   4553 F 20130128041119666 17 25 2028062+624279 37 S
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP, Nexstar SLT mount
    IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    COSPAR 4553: 53.3199N, 2.2438W, 86m (WGS84)
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    NOTES:
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    (1) NOSS 3-5 is still a pair running about 80s early on 13 day old elements.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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