Observations 960309 evening

Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@pi.net)
Sat, 9 Mar 96 21:40:25 PST

69-  9 A 96-03-09 19:52:51   LB   42.2 0.1   4 10.55  f'F--f'F, mag (6)5->inv
Is rather difficult to measure; two faint flashes close together

72- 89 A 96-03-09 19:37:26   LB   34.9 0.2  10  3.49  AA, mag 5->5.5

78- 96 A 96-03-09 18:42:03   LB   50.3 0.1  10  5.03  AA, mag 4->7
This is the satellite now on the frontcover of Flash. This obs is probably
with half period, but it fits TC's obs from 960204.

82- 41 C 96-03-09 18:58:52   LB   60.5 0.1  50  1.210 FF, mag 4->inv
Nice flasher and rather easy to measure.

83-  4 A 96-03-09 18:39:32   LB   52.0 0.1  10  5.20  AA, mag 5->5.5
Tonight I could observe a very small amplitude; normally S

85- 79 B 96-03-09 18:48:35   LB  119.2 0.2   4 29.8   AA, mag 5->inv
Could be going down very slightly.

88- 53 B 96-03-09 19:22:06   LB   79.3 0.2  10  7.93  AA, mag 5->7
Has gone up already in period.

90-111 B 96-03-09 19:45:41   LB   78.3 0.2   8  9.79  AA, mag 5->7
Same remark as 85-79 B

92- 93 B 96-03-09 19:19      LB                       S, mag 4
Has become S

93- 24 A 96-03-09 18:51      LB                240    long P > 240, MM, 3->7
Saw just one flash; after more then 4 minutes I lost it close to the horizon

93- 67 B 96-03-09 19:08      LB                       almost S, mag 4
Has become almost S

94- 74 B 96-03-09 19:59:02   LB   78.9 0.1  10  7.89  AA, mag 3->6
Nice object; period gone up

94- 77 B 96-03-09 20:04:41   LB  103.0 0.1  20  5.15  AA, mag 4->6
Has gone up regualary

94- 83 B 96-03-09 19:41:57   LB   85.3 0.2   6 14.22  AA, mag 4->7
Same as 94-77 B

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