LB Obs 2014 Jun 07-08

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 8 Jun 2014 05:59:04 +0200
Scattered thin clouds became thicker shortly after 00 UT.
Just a few sats in between the clouds.

23317 94 066A   4172 G 20140607222111675 17 25 0009804+585532 37 S
23317 94 066A   4172 G 20140607222121690 17 25 2344107+582548 37 S
09415 76 091A   4172 G 20140607224441680 17 25 0009266+572435 37 S
24836 97 030A   4172 G 20140607224951673 17 25 0013997+572409 37 I
25157 98 007A   4172 G 20140607231251660 17 25 0044095+564116 37 S
25157 98 007A   4172 G 20140607231301662 17 25 0034512+581083 37 S
37229 10 062H   4172 G 20140607234021681 17 25 0125354+565244 37 F
28538 05 004B   4172 G 20140607235951684 17 25 0128293+590399 37 S
28538 05 004B   4172 G 20140608000011694 17 25 0128110+560498 37 F
28538 05 004B   4172 G 20140608000021694 17 25 0127850+544030 37 F
29393 06 037A   4172 G 20140608000519143 17 25 0149815+595972 37 F

Note:
29393 has a great time residual.
29393 06 037A   | -0.06955 deg   -7.337 sec   7.0 day, 886.5 km

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Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm, F1:1.8, NTP, fixed setup
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3 ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst

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