NROL-85

From: E. Visser via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 18 Apr 2022 12:07:39 +0200
Using the TLE of Marco and his hint to look about 5 minutes earlier, I
found an unknown object going in the right direction at the right speed
of NROL-85. It is very dim, and hard to measure. I got a few points and
satfit shows Marco's TLE as most probable. 

Thanks Marco for the information, without it I would have missed it!

Probable NROL-85:
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013218288 17 25 0733802+504775 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013219969 17 25 0733452+510232 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013221782 17 25 0733046+511882 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013224164 17 25 0732550+513943 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013225464 17 25 0732230+515108 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013229986 17 25 0731165+523151 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013231885 17 25 0730704+524908 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013244164 17 25 0727351+544297 37 S
99999 22 608A   0794 G 20220418013247569 17 25 0726346+551528 37 S

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Best regards,

Eelke
Station number 0794, 53.1096N, 6.1075E, 46m.
Raspberry PI HQ camera, Minolta Rokkor F1:1.4 50mm
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