LB obs 2005 oct 06

From: Leo Barhorst (leobarhorst@zonnet.nl)
Date: Thu Oct 06 2005 - 16:54:38 EDT

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    At the end of a foggy day, the sun succeeded in cleaning up the
    fog. A nice clear evening again; with some groundfog.
    
      The URL explaning the numbers :
       http://www.satobs.org/tumble/flashpm.html#PPASformat
    
    03- 23 B 05-10-06 18:21:07   LB  168.2 0.5   5 33.6   AA, 4->i
    Timings: 41.27 24.39 32.80 35.31 34.42 sec.
    
    73- 54 A 05-10-06 19:10:59   LB   72.5 0.2   4 18.1   FF, 5->i
    Timings: [6.90 12.87] [13.75 8.93 12.03]2fl 18.00 sec.
    Flash at first timing was mag -1
    
    74- 63 A 05-10-06 18:15:37   LB   98.2 0.2   2 49.1   FF, 4->i
    Timings: 49.64 48.58 sec
    
    83- 22 A 05-10-06 19:00:58   LB   83.0 0.5   9  9.2   FF, 5->i
    Timings: 10.12 8.73 7.68 8.96 10.11 9.06 4.69 4.82 5.07 4.17
    5.08 4.47 sec.
    First 2 flashes mag -2 and -1.
    
    87- 11 A 05-10-06 18:35:18   LB  153.1 0.5  13 11.77  AA, 3->i
    Timings: 11.69 12.21 11.68 11.18 12.41 11.96 12.32 9.66 11.66 
    13.06 12.28 12.43 10.53 sec.
    
    88- 56 A 05-10-06 18:57:08   LB  145.3 0.5   6 24.2   AA, 3->i
    Timings: 21.57 25.76 24.12 26.27 24.40 23.14 sec
    
    2005: 711 obs
    PPAS: 14302 obs
    
    Greetings and clear, dark skies
    Leo Barhorst, Medemblik NL
    Cospar 4252 52.76350 N 5.09114 E 2 m ASL
    http://www.home.versatel.nl/leobarhorst/index.html
     
    
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