Some Satellites, evening 11/11/2016, and 11/12/2016

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2016 13:03:53 +0100
Clouds and haze make it difficult to know how the satellites glow, it is
possible that the brightness data are somewhat lower than the real ones.
Also, only a few satellites on cloudy days.

Date: 11/11/2016
SL-3 R/B (13403): Time between 18:11:36 UTC and 18:13:07 UTC (HS begin
18:11.27.1 UTC) , magnitude +3.5, The trace is not very clear, but is the
best candidate
Lacrosse 5 r (28647): Time between 18:15:18 UTC and 18:16:58 UTC (HS begin
18:14:58.6 UTC), magnitude +3
SL-23 Deb (37347): max. brightness between RA 01h47m58s DE 74º13'51'' and
RA 02h42m45s DE 71º42'54'', Time between 18:26:42 UTC and 18:27:22 UTC (HS
begin 18:25:48.7 UTC), flare magnitude +1.5 (Delayed)
SL-3 R/B (10114): Time between 18:35:34 UTC and 18:37:02 UTC (HS begin
18:35:17 UTC), magnitude +2.5
CZ-4B R/B (40120): Time between 18:37:16 UTC and 18:37:24 UTC (HS begin
18:36:56.6 UTC), magnitude +2
SL-16 R/B (22566): Time between 18:39:08 UTC and 18:39:35 UTC (HS begin
18:38:52:2 UTC), magnitude +2.5

Date 11/12/2016
SL-16 R/B (16182): Time between 04:58:02 UTC and 04:58:57 UTC (HS begin
04:57:52.2 UTC), magnitude +3.5
Yaogan 10 (36834): Time between 05:58:00 UTC and 05:58:54 UTC (HS begin
05:57:38.6 UTC), magnitude +2

Tiangong-2 (41765): Time between 17:57:14 UTC and 17:58:08 UTC (HS begin
17:56:38.3 UHT), magnitude +2
Cosmo-Skymed 1 (31598): Time between 18:18:18 UTC and 18:19:04 UTC (HS
begin 18:17:39.7), magnitude +1

3602, 36.8390º N, 2.4498º W, 30 m, Almería (Spain)
-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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