LB Obs 2019 Dec 25 pm

From: Leo Barhorst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Thu, 26 Dec 2019 14:12:45 +0100
The sky started to clear late yesterday afternoon.
Could image two satellites before clouds moved in again.

26474 00 047B   4172 G 20191225164441860 17 25 1838322+470051 37 S
26474 00 047B   4172 G 20191225164446834 17 25 1851450+463910 37 S
26474 00 047B   4172 G 20191225164450860 17 25 1903030+461239 37 S
23908 96 029C   4172 G 20191225164506873 17 25 1835287+471869 37 S
23908 96 029C   4172 G 20191225164516837 17 25 1849898+472219 37 S
23908 96 029C   4172 G 20191225164522854 17 25 1859092+471959 37 S

Obs format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
Differences between observed track and predicted track
from the latest classfd.tle file before the session start.
Norad  Cospar        Cross-track      delta T     TLE age   range
None with higher residuals
The residuals of the other classified satellites are low.
2019 total obs: 31013 + 6 = 31020
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Setup: WATEC 910HX/RC, 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
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