JN 9633 obs Oct 21, PPAS and Globalstars

From: Jim Nix (jim@sat-tracks.org)
Date: Thu Oct 21 2010 - 05:16:57 UTC

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    Hi,
    
    25746 99 028C   9633 F 20101021004537040 37 25 2042168+454908 78 S+050 10
    25746 99 028C   9633 F 20101021004622380 17 25 2054869+412041 58 S+050 10
    17997 87 043A   9633 F 20101021011144640 37 25 1728489+520441 19 S+070 10
    17997 87 043A   9633 F 20101021011154150 37 25 1731853+574500 29 S+070 10
    23862 96 029D   9633 F 20101021013558240 37 25 1932149+711789 19 S+060 10
    23862 96 029D   9633 F 20101021013606050 37 25 1948284+701713 19 S+060 10
    36869 10 039B   9633 F 20101021023016920 37 25 0105943+152293 38 S+090 10
    36869 10 039B   9633 F 20101021023817250 37 25 0121224+151828 68 S+080 10
    23908 96 029C   9633 F 20101021030528510 37 25 1856963+041730 48 S+070 10
    23936 96 029E   9633 F 20101021030806580 37 25 1856465+033704 19 S+070 10
    90070 06 829A   9633 F 20101021033410520 37 25 2023783-145417 68 S+083 10
    90070 06 829A   9633 F 20101021033909650 37 25 2130208-052954 28 S+080 10
    99999 10 999A   9633 F 20101021013247000 18 15 1929390+714419 37 S+090 10
    
    NOTES:
    AEHF1r seemed MUCH brighter than previous observations.
    
    99999 an UNID that I could not match to anything in the current catalog. 
    I note 29010 on the other side of the reference star at the time
    noted yet it is going in the opposite direction.
    
    25746 0.006 deg X-track; 0.743 s late, relative 12.00 day old elset:
    25746 0.011 deg X-track; 0.691 s late, relative 12.00 day old elset:
    17997 0.301 deg X-track; 2.642 s early, relative 12.90 day old elset:
    17997 0.061 deg X-track; 3.716 s early, relative 12.90 day old elset:
    23862 0.022 deg X-track; 1.111 s early, relative 10.25 day old elset:
    23862 0.024 deg X-track; 0.898 s early, relative 10.25 day old elset:
    36869 0.016 deg X-track; 17.723 s early, relative 4.31 day old elset:
    36869 0.011 deg X-track; 16.391 s early, relative 4.32 day old elset:
    23908 0.050 deg X-track; 0.298 s early, relative 10.32 day old elset:
    23936 0.028 deg X-track; 0.374 s early, relative 10.32 day old elset:
    90070 0.018 deg X-track; 21.725 s early, relative 6.11 day old elset:
    90070 0.038 deg X-track; 23.208 s early, relative 6.11 day old elset:
    
    Observed the six Globalstar objects near Iota Aquila.  Noted they were all
    about the same magnitude 6.0 and steady, (at least for the five to ten seconds I observed each one); Magnitudes based on comparisons to: 1) brighter than TYC 5145-634-1 (7.6) and, 2) not as bright as HR7480 (5.6) closer to the latter though.
    
    Observed 10049D 37173 SL-6 PLAT, for about 15 secs.  Must be a decaying object.   
    
    PPAS
    10-049 D 10-10-21 00:35:50.0 JN 5.5 mag S 15 sec obs
    10-054 C 10-10-54 01:46:16.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS
    10-054 D 10-10-21 01:46:36.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS
    10-054 F 10-10-21 01:46:56.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS
    10-054 A 10-10-21 01:47:25.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS WITH B OBJ
    10-054 B 10-10-21 01:47:25.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS WITH A OBJ
    10-054 E 10-10-21 01:47:45.0 JN 6.0 S 5 SEC OBS
    
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