SatObs BD (4160) night 2014-07-01/02

From: Bram Dorreman via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Thu, 3 Jul 2014 01:46:48 +0200
Not as good as previous night.

06037A displays bright flashes. I did not yet determine a flash period if
it has one.

20642 90 050E 4160 F 20140701213214750 27 15 1829307+235137 49 R+043 05

36104 09 066A 4160 F 20140701214537310 27 15 1450118+371531 99 S+048 05

33456 08 064A 4160 F 20140701221355330 57 15 1621322+190639 99 I+025 05

37814 11 050B 4160 G 20140702001214920 27 15 2324033+413722 79 I+003 05

37814 11 050B 4160 G 20140702001312510 27 15 0159348+643719 29 I-000 05

29393 06 037A 4160 G 20140702003522140 27 15 2028297-032116 79 I+015 05

29393 06 037A 4160 G 20140702003559810 27 15 2019211+142214 78 I+020 05

29393 06 037A 4160 G 20140702003617250 27 15 2012007+262843 29 I+020 05

26905 01 040A 4160 G 20140702010329110 27 15 2242528+372637 19 S+048 05


Just before I wrote this e-mail I saw IGS 1A, 03009A, Only stars as bright
as magnitude +2 or brighter were visible. Thanks to a bright flash,
rivalling Venus, I noticed this decaying object. Unable to make proper
observations. It was closest to Vega, alpha Lyrae at 22:23:27.

For IOD-format see:

http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html

Bram Dorreman using 7x50 binoculars

Site 4160: 51.27931 N, 5.47683 E, 35 m (WGS84)

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