Fw: LB Obs 2014 Mar 25 morning

From: Leo Barhorst <l.barhorst_at_upcmail.nl>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2014 18:58:37 +0100
After the "all night" session the camera was pointed to various positions.

38770 12 048N   4172 G 20140325033100902 17 25 2241630+445620 37 S
38770 12 048N   4172 G 20140325033110880 17 25 2228884+412063 37 S
23862 96 029D   4172 G 20140325034250893 17 25 2354867+421708 37 F
23936 96 029E   4172 G 20140325034650897 17 25 2357582+443102 37 S
23936 96 029E   4172 G 20140325034700898 17 25 0000385+433065 37 S
23936 96 029E   4172 G 20140325034710894 17 25 0003130+423314 37 S
23936 96 029E   4172 G 20140325034720899 17 25 0005722+413729 37 S
23908 96 029C   4172 G 20140325040240878 17 25 0017375+501497 37 S
23908 96 029C   4172 G 20140325040245857 17 25 0018518+493723 37 S
38086 12 006K   4172 G 20140325041750959 17 25 0015179+513817 37 F
13819 83 010B   4172 G 20140325042609040 17 25 0252591+644884 37 S
13819 83 010B   4172 G 20140325042620960 17 25 0232431+653329 37 S
99999 14 584A   4172 G 20140325042811652 17 25 0212248+635970 37 S


Notes:

99999 Number not visible on overlay on image. possible 20008?


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Setup: WATEC 120N, Celestron Nexstar mount, NTP
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst



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