Re: IGS rocket

From: Jon . via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2015 00:28:22 +0200
new obs from Russell;

All those gives:


99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214846970 27 14 0000470+605918 99
99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214925900 27 14 2338560+520924 99
99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205639200 27 14 1808280+501729 99
99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205702500 27 14 1858580+502743 99
99999 15 015B   2420 G 20150401220415500 27 14 0219210+552728 99
99999 15 015B   2420 G 20150401220425000 27 14 0158580+541349 99

CanĀ“t be more happy for be capable of making those estimations.


Jon.



2015-04-01 0:07 GMT+02:00 Jon . <jonmikelk_at_gmail.com>:
> Awesome.
>
> rde2iod rde.dat
>
> d29:
>
> 2420 1503 0.211 1204
> 29
> 1500015 214846.97 000047+605918 1.8 7.2 10 F
> 1500015 214925.90 233856+520924 2.4 7.7 10 F
> 999
>
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214846970 27 14 0000470+605918 99
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214925900 27 14 2338560+520924 99
>
>
> 2420 1503 0.211 1204
> 31
> 1500015 205639.20 180828+501729 2.6 4.4 10 R
> 1500015 205702.50 185858+502743 2.7 4.5 10 R
> 999
>
> =
>
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205639200 27 14 1808280+501729 99
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205702500 27 14 1858580+502743 99
>
>
> Using the search elset that I've made the mar.25 for liftoff at 01:21 UTC:
>
> IGS 10 estimation                                        481 X 488 km
> 1 70007U 15507A   15085.07778935 0.00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    01
> 2 70007  97.3059 156.2017 0005474 356.6819 239.9017 15.25854477    08
>
> That looks to be the payload as mean motion is nearer gives a satfitting:
>
> possible IGS 10                                          467 X 486 km
> 1 70007U 15507A   15090.86118169 0.00000000  00000-0  00000+0 0    09
> 2 70007  97.5788 163.7158 0014004  19.8182 340.3598 15.28701640    05
>
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214846970 27 14 0000470+605918 99
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150329214925900 27 14 2338560+520924 99
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205639200 27 14 1808280+501729 99
> 99999 15 000O   2420 G 20150331205702500 27 14 1858580+502743 99
>
> Its very forced (too much differential correction) but fits quite well:
>
>
>       STA  YYday HHMM:SSsss   AZ     EL     ASP     XTRK    deltaT   Perr
> ( 1) 2420  15088 2148:46970  344.0   29.5  143.9   -0.04     0.33    0.112
> ( 2) 2420  15088 2149:25900  344.5   20.1  150.8    0.03    -0.72    0.146
> ( 3) 2420  15090 2056:39200   30.8   23.1  119.3   -0.02     0.06    0.028
> ( 4) 2420  15090 2057:02500   22.8   20.2  126.4    0.05    -0.13    0.059
>
>
> Prefer to wait to the opinion of the experts. Made it just for fun.
>
>
> Jon.
>
> 2015-03-31 23:30 GMT+02:00 Russell Eberst via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>:
>> I believe that I have found the same object 1500015 that I saw on March 29.
>>
>> Here are my two observations from this evening.
>>
>> SATOBS
>>
>> 2420 1503 0.211 1204
>> 31
>> 1500015 205639.20 180828+501729 2.6 4.4 10 R
>> 1500015 205702.50 185858+502743 2.7 4.5 10 R
>> 999
>>
>> Approx calculation give revs/day ~15.275
>>
>> regards
>> Russell
>>
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>
>
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> Jon Mikel, COSPAR 6242, 42.9453, -2.82839, 623m, Bitoriano, Basque Country.



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