CB Obs July 6/7, 2013

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Jul 07 2013 - 13:22:17 UTC

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    Observations obtained during the night of July 6/7, 2013. Very good
    conditions.
    
    21799 91 076C   4553 E 20130706221552702 17 25 2231234+651236 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 E 20130707000717709 17 25 0501803+682093 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 E 20130707000722699 17 25 0451659+673345 37 S
    21799 91 076C   4553 E 20130707000727728 17 25 0442277+664411 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130706221307684 17 25 2201878+642677 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130706221312704 17 25 2215052+634197 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130706221317723 17 25 2227600+625262 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130707000437689 17 25 0459561+684471 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130707000442709 17 25 0449357+675691 37 S
    21808 91 076D   4553 E 20130707000452701 17 25 0431200+661539 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 E 20130706235837651 17 25 0443044+690441 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 E 20130706235842671 17 25 0433305+681396 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 E 20130706235852682 17 25 0416446+662889 37 S
    21809 91 076E   4553 E 20130706235857691 17 25 0409045+653449 37 S
    23936 96 029E   4553 E 20130706225622692 17 25 2259360+655221 37 S
    23936 96 029E   4553 E 20130706225632692 17 25 2255382+631168 37 S
    38770 12 048N   4553 E 20130707023932707 17 25 0745290+663594 37 I
    38770 12 048N   4553 E 20130707023942707 17 25 0710526+654402 37 I
    39066 13 002F   4553 E 20130707004607674 17 25 0544241+640527 37 S
    39066 13 002F   4553 E 20130707004607714 17 25 0544552+640542 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) I performed a planar search for Kevin's July 4th unknown from
        2300UT on the 6th to 0300UT on the 7th. The nominal plane was
        essentially stationary on the sky for most of that time, requiring
        only a hand ful of pointing adjustments. The field of view
        contained most of the search orbits I provided earlier, but
        unfortunately nothing was seen. This may well be due to a far from
        optimal phase angle during my observations, where as Kevin saw the
        source near optimum conditions.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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