Obs 2013-05-09

From: Andriy Makeyev (andriy_makeyev@ukr.net)
Date: Fri May 10 2013 - 14:44:08 UTC

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    PAN and Mentor 5 r/b
    37233 10 063B   1244 G 20130509212826600 17 15 1627515-070253 37 S
    37233 10 063B   1244 G 20130509213344760 17 15 1633062-065510 29 S+104 02
    37233 10 063B   1244 G 20130509213642500 17 15 1636016-065051 37 S
    35815 09 047A   1244 G 20130509214248160 37 15 1558369-064800 37 S
    35815 09 047A   1244 G 20130509214626640 17 15 1602157-064826 29 S
    35815 09 047A   1244 G 20130509230106970 37 15 1717133-065008 49 S
    35815 09 047A   1244 G 20130509230241800 17 15 1718494-065001 37 S+107 03
    While staring at NIMIQ-1/PAN/INTELSAT-12 also saw early against spacetrack's elsets BREEZE-M DEB (#38588) ~23:03 UTC 
    and near 23:53 flashing BSAT 1B with period ~2s 11.0m(+/-0.5m)->invisible(>12.5m).
    Checked since 23:30 till 23:50 geostationary ring (+/-30arcminutes) between 
    TURKSATS 2A&3A -> NIGCOMSAT-1R -> NIMIQ-1. Only sats that should be there according to spacetrack.org
    
    Used CCD camera EVS VNC-753-H2 on 12cm refractor (FOV is 36'x27'). 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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