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Log

PagePlateClassObjectR.A.DecStartObs H.A.Obs DecStopExpDateMiscellaneous
1438644LMeteors3 00-1502 490 11 E-1504 34105Jan 22-23 1944
1438645LMeteors5 00+4504 040 56 E+4505 0460Jan 22-23 1944x 38645 Sky: Start, general 2s 8P.
1438646LMeteors5 00+4505 060 54 E+4506 0559Jan 22-23 1944x 38646 Too cldy / con.
1438647LMeteors3 00+4503 090 09 W+4504 0859Jan 24-25 1944
1438648LMeteors5 00-1504 100 50 E-1505 59109Jan 24-25 1944x 38648 Hz SW, Low W + NW. 2s white (or Auroral Light) Low N + NE.
1438649LMeteors7 00+4506 010 59 E+4508 06125Jan 24-25 1944
1438650LMeteors9 00-1508 080 52 E-1509 59111Jan 24-25 1944
1438651LMeteors11 00+4510 010 59 E+4512 06125Jan 24-25 1944* 38651 Possibly, bright meteor on plate. (12h 07m F.A.)
1438652LMeteors13 00-1512 080 52 E-1513 3991Jan 24-25 1944
1438653LMeteor13 00+1511 551 05 E+1514 15140Jan 29-30 1944
1438654LMeteor5 00-1503 451 15 E-1505 52127Jan 30-31 1944
1438655LMeteor7 00+4505 541 06 E+4508 00126Jan 30-31 1944
1438656LMeteor9 00-1508 020 58 E-1510 00118Jan 30-31 1944
1438657LMeteor11 00+4510 020 58 E+4512 00118Jan 30-31 1944
1438658LMeteor13 00-1512 020 58 E-1514 15133Jan 30-31 1944
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