Obs 960604.lb

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Wed, 5 Jun 96 21:48:43 PDT

65- 98 B 96-06-04 21:44      LB                       S, mag 4
Stays steady

78- 45 B 96-06-04 21:33      LB                       almost S, mag 5
When observing 95- 52 B it overtook this sat. I could identify it by
using Skymap

94- 23 B 96-06-04 21:11:33   LB   70.2 1     1 70     MM, mag 3->6
Nice naked eye object

95- 52 B 96-06-04 21:32:14   LB   45.5 1     1 46     MM, mag 4->inv
Very flat maximum in a low easterly passage

96- 25 B 96-06-04 22:06:19   LB  172.0 0.5  14 12.29  AA, mag 6->inv, DRAP
Became dtm in the south with one flash missing; see separate DRAP-message

96- 29 A 96-06-04 21:53      LB                       S, mag 4
96- 29 B 96-06-04 21:20      LB                       S, mag 4
96- 29 C 96-06-04 21:53:58   LB   79.2 0.5  10  7.9   AA, mag 7->inv
Although not the *real*; I saw this triplet!
What I believe to be the A-object passed about 1 deg north of Beta Oph
39.9 sec before 96- 29 C.
The B-object was steady in this low easerly pass.

Greetings
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Name: Leo Barhorst    Alkmaar (Neth) 
52 deg 38 min N      4 deg  47 min E     2 m ASL
E-mail: leobarhorst@pi.net   also a member of Seesat-L
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