Some Satellites 01/02/2017

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 3 Jan 2017 08:36:47 +0100
Evening of cirrus and Altostratus, so not very good.
The sky seemed better late in the afternoon so I was going to entertain
myself with the telescope, but more clouds began to enter. In the morning
today I have entertained in trying to hunt some satellites, we will see.
Just a couple of fairly regular satellites.

For brightness Study only:

Evening

Cosmo-Skymed 2
32376 07 059A   3602 F 20170102182345800 28 15 0008302+152924 99 R+015 10
32376 07 059A   3602 F 20170102182401800 28 15 0004569+063325 99 R-015 10
32376 07 059A   3602 F 20170102182429900 28 15 2359520-061025 99 R+010 10
32376 07 059A   3602 F 20170102182437900 28 15 2358368-091002 99 R+020 10

SL-3 R/B
10114 77 057B   3602 F 20170102182800100 28 15 0206179+160210 99 S+035 10
10114 77 057B   3602 F 20170102182808100 28 15 0158176+102751 99 S+035 10
10114 77 057B   3602 F 20170102182822300 28 15 0146075+013007 99 S+035 10
10114 77 057B   3602 F 20170102182830300 28 15 0140125-025818 99 S+035 10

3602, 36.8390º N, 2.4498º W, 30 m, Almería (Spain)

I've also done my stats since leaving IOD, from mid-November to late
December, a little surprised by how many different satellites I've seen.
Number of sightings, 154
Number of different satellites, 90
Note that these are the ones photographed, all with the naked eye, and
without counting others with the naked eye that I could not hunt, not all
the previous ones of the year.
Regards.

-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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