LB Obs 2015 May 18

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 19 May 2015 17:33:23 +0200
Last evening the clouds broke and I set up the camera.
There were a lot of thin and thicker clouds. Around 22 UT it cleared more
and several satellites could be imaged. After 23 UT thicker clouds came in.
Half an hour later it started to rain, ending the session.

40381 IGS 9 was flashing; a bit irregular.

40381 15 004A   4172 G 20150518210854682 17 25 2039019+842565 37 I
40381 15 004A   4172 G 20150518210902687 17 25 2316488+825548 37 I
40382 15 004B   4172 G 20150518213002674 17 25 0606845+612563 37 S
36104 09 066A   4172 G 20150518215322666 17 25 0919471+505044 37 S
05683 71 111A   4172 G 20150518215542659 17 25 0149166+781180 37 I
05683 71 111A   4172 G 20150518215552667 17 25 0125423+761067 37 I
37162 10 046A   4172 G 20150518222742659 17 25 2028605+442245 37 S
37162 10 046A   4172 G 20150518222752656 17 25 2022397+455049 37 S
37162 10 046A   4172 G 20150518222757672 17 25 2019094+463523 37 S
36835 10 038B   4172 G 20150518223721325 17 25 1826597+303933 37 S
36835 10 038B   4172 G 20150518223723561 17 25 1830703+322227 37 S
33244 08 036A   4172 G 20150518224042671 17 25 1826680+302396 37 S
33244 08 036A   4172 G 20150518224047687 17 25 1833040+331391 37 S
28095 03 054A   4172 G 20150518224422678 17 25 1817312+312434 37 S
28095 03 054A   4172 G 20150518224432676 17 25 1819222+291544 37 S
28095 03 054A   4172 G 20150518224437693 17 25 1820226+281220 37 S
23088 94 023B   4172 G 20150518224512678 17 25 1823325+335064 37 S
23088 94 023B   4172 G 20150518224522679 17 25 1821433+302720 37 S
23088 94 023B   4172 G 20150518224530683 17 25 1820182+275086 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20150518225703649 17 25 2104725+682699 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20150518225712649 17 25 2117271+670547 37 S
28096 03 054B   4172 G 20150518225722654 17 25 2129246+653453 37 S
36800 10 035F   4172 G 20150518230006809 17 25 2105912+680280 37 S
36800 10 035F   4172 G 20150518230012658 17 25 2134209+693243 37 S

Residuals:
36104 09 066A   | -0.01521 deg   -4.246 sec   2.0 day, 784.5 km

33244 08 036A   |  0.03229 deg    1.943 sec   2.0 day, 678.5 km
33244 08 036A   |  0.01586 deg    1.861 sec   2.0 day, 667.2 km

The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
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Setup: WATEC 120N, 50 mm F1:1.8, NTP, Celestron Nexstar
Observations made and reduced with Sattools
Cospar 4172 ALMERE 52.3713 N 5.2580 E –3 ASL
Best regards     Leo Barhorst

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