SATOBS ML (4353), 20 & 21 Jun 2014: USA 224, NOSS 3-2C

From: Marco Langbroek via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2014 15:37:00 +0200
20 Jun, 2.5/50mm lens, regular site:

28097 03 054C   4353 G 20140620231502250 17 75 1707523+594630 56
28097 03 054C   4353 G 20140620231512300 17 75 1730401+621900 56
28097 03 054C   4353 G 20140620231522250 17 75 1756370+645550 56
37348 11 002A   4353 G 20140620231852250 17 75 2112487+186500 56
37348 11 002A   4353 G 20140620231902300 17 75 2118072+214670 56
37348 11 002A   4353 G 20140620231912250 17 75 2123550+243610 56
37348 11 002A   4353 G 20140620232102250 17 75 2347266+579150 56
37348 11 002A   4353 G 20140620232122250 17 75 0039108+615560 56

21 Jun, 1.4/85mm lens, Cronesteyn:

37348 11 002A   4355 G 20140621233922250 17 75 2040204+346990 56
37348 11 002A   4355 G 20140621233932300 17 75 2046168+391440 56
37348 11 002A   4355 G 20140621233942250 17 75 2053199+436560 56
37348 11 002A   4355 G 20140621233952300 17 75 2102036+483490 56

ISIS 1:
03669 69 009A   4353 G 20140620232102250 17 75 2312055+564590 56
Iridium 13:
24840 97 030E   4353 G 20140620231502250 17 75 1717322+579220 56
CZ-4C deb:
36418 10 009F   4353 G 20140620231502250 17 75 1701182+526150 56

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Canon EOS 60D + EF 50/2.5 Macro @ 2.8, 800 ISO + ASTRORECORD astrometric software.
What these numbers mean: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
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The evening of June 20 started clear, but clouds came in during the 11-002A (USA 
224) pass. 11-002A trails were quite faint and I only measured trail ends that 
were unambiguous. The images with NOSS 3-2C contained two strays. In one of the 
images with USA 224, ISIS 1 modestly flared. The 2.5/50 mm lens was used.

USA 224 (11-002A) was also targetted the next night, which was a clear night. I 
had moved to my secondary site in the polder to target GEO satellites, using the 
1.4/85 mm lens. USA 224 trails very clear, on two images, and these obs will be 
better quality than those of the previous night.

I have a lot of GEO objects from that night as well, but it will take some time 
to ID and measure them. Raduga 1M-1 (2007-058A) brightly flared in my images 
near 23:29:00 UT (21 June).

- Marco


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Dr Marco Langbroek  -  SatTrackCam Leiden, the Netherlands.
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Cospar 4354 (De Wilck):   52.11685 N, 4.56016 E (WGS84), -2 m ASL
Cospar 4355 (Cronesteyn): 52.13878 N, 4.49937 E (WGS84), -2 m ASL
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