Obs 2013-03-17

From: Andriy Makeyev (andriy_makeyev@ukr.net)
Date: Mon Mar 18 2013 - 13:27:23 UTC

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    Vortex 6, USA 237, WGS 3, NOSS 2-2 (A):
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130317194213300 27 15 1332256-071615 49 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130317194511700 27 15 1335465-072310 59 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130317195057500 27 15 1342176-073710 49 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130317195410500 37 15 1345571-074431 49 S
    19976 89 035A   1244 G 20130317203302630 47 15 1430478-091606 49 S
    38528 12 034A   1244 G 20130317231434300 57 15 1433323-095815 99 S+075 10
    38528 12 034A   1244 G 20130317231834600 57 15 1437339-095750 99 S
    38528 12 034A   1244 G 20130317232329790 27 15 1442310-095737 49 S
    36108 09 068A   1244 G 20130318001744400 37 15 1052467-062415 49 S
    21775 91 076A   1244 G 20130318002907510 27 15 1336434+144641 69 S+103 04
    21775 91 076A   1244 G 20130318003201810 27 15 1347045+092530 39 S
    36108 09 068A   1244 B 20130318020540750 47 15 1240582-062241 99 S
    36108 09 068A   1244 B 20130318020742500 57 15 1243016-062333 69 S
    To spot USA 237 I used Ted's elsets (epoch 13069.219). The sat was very bright!
    Used CCD camera EVS VNC-753-H2 on 12cm refractor. Captured frames onto the computer. Clock synced via NTP. Processed with ObsReduce. Determined magnitude in comparison with nearby stars.
    Best regards, Andriy Makeyev
    COSPAR 1244: 44.3932N, 33.9701E, 68.7m
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