Obs May 25

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Sat May 26 2001 - 00:13:51 PDT

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    After a day with dark blue skies, there were some high thin clouds
    in the evening. Luckely mostly towards the northwestern horizon.
    The following obs could be made before more thin clouds moved in.
    
    00-  6 B 01-05-25 21:28:30   LB  103.6 0.5   6 17.3   AA, 4->5
    Became hard to measure as it got to the south, not so distinct
    max and min. Timings: 18.60 14.85 33.71 36.44 sec.
    00- 50 B 01-05-25 22:00      LB                       S, 4
    81- 50 B 01-05-25 21:04:26   LB  121.4 0.2  20  6.07  Ff, 5(6)->i
    Several flashes not seen; timings: 5.90 24.33 12.06 18.28 22.04
    38.83 sec. In jul 99 the period was 5.75 sec.
    85- 79 B 01-05-25 21:55:35   LB  107.9 0.2  10 10.79  AA, 5->i
    88- 62 B 01-05-25 21:51:59   LB  131.2 0.5   4 32.8   AA, 5->i
    92- 30 J 01-05-25 22:25:37   LB  216.6 0.2  10 21.66  FF, 4->i
    Going up slowly; timings; 21.54 21.68 21.88 21.23 22.07 21.52 22.43
    21.01 21.27 21.94 sec. Towards the northeast more spreading in the
    timings, although the 22.43 sec flash was timed late.
    95- 12 B 01-05-25 22:04      LB                       slowly var, 5->7
    97- 64 B 01-05-25 21:16:35   LB   63.1 1.0   1 63     MM, 2->7
    98- 43 G 01-05-25 21:12      LB                       S, 3
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst Medemblik                    439 obs in 2001
    52.767 N  5.09 E  2 m ASL          11454 obs in PPAS
    
    
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