Some Satellites evening 11/09/2016 and pre-down 11/10/2016

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2016 20:30:29 +0100
In addition to the satellites that appear, I leave the photo of one of them
NOSS 2-2 (D), because it is a spectacular flare of magnitude -3 very fast
but I was lucky to photograph even though the rest of the track goes away
of the photo.

Date 11/09/2016
Iridium 65 (25288): Flare magnitude aprox. between 10 sec and 15 sec
earlier then Time. Time between 17:58:53 UTC and 17:59:31 UTC (HS begin
17:58:45.5 UTC), flare magnitude +1, magnitude +3
DMSP F17 (29522): Point max. brightness RA 21h35m09s DE 35º03'25'', Time
between 18:04:48 UTC and 18:05:17 UTC (HS begin 18:04:38.8 UTC), flare
magnitude +1
Cosmo-Skymed 2 (32376): Time between 18:12:27 UTC and 18:12:56 UTC (HS
begin 18:12:09.4 UTC), magnitude +2.5
NOSS 2-2 (D) (21808): Point Flare magnitude aprox RA 19h58'08'' DE 39º57'
,Time between 19:00:04 UTC and 19:00:34 UTC (HS begin 18:59:49.5 UTC),
flare magnitude -3

Date 11/10/2016
Fengyun 1C Deb (36274): Time between 05:21:01 UTC and 05:21:30 UTC (between
clouds), (HS begin 05:21.23.7 UTC and end 05:2159.0 UTC), magnitude +2.5
(Track and angular velocity do not exactly match, so there is the
possibility of another UNID satellite, However, clouds do not allow too
much)

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6rw85cwbsd9wk5m/20161109200004_Sat%20NOSS%202-2%20%28D%29%20Norad%2021808%20ID%201991-076D%20magn%20-3_SAM_0007_Filter_Explain_IV.jpg?dl=0

3602, 36.8390º N, 2.4498º W, Almería (Spain)

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José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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