Re: Classified objects obs + UnIDs

From: Mir16609@aol.com
Date: Tue Aug 22 2000 - 08:07:34 PDT

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    In a message dated 8/22/00 1:44:20 AM EDT, dan.deak@sympatico.ca writes:
    
    > 70000 00 735A   1747 E 20000822024425200 37 25 0114500+610700 68 S+035 07
    
    >  Finally, I saw 2 UnIDs while checking for NOSS sats. I've not been able to
    >  put a name on them using alldat.tle. One of them was bright at mag 3.5 
    while
    >  it crossed Cassiopeia traveling north to south (see the #70000 obs above).
    
    OCS looks like a good match - particularly with a 3.5 mag.
    
    OCS              3.6  0.0  0.0  4.1 v
    1 26062U 00004B   00235.22723183  .00046459  00000-0  11038-1 0  2432
    2 26062 100.2314 113.1118 0031394 318.9501  40.9325 14.53357929 30028  
    
    > The other nearly "collided" with NOSS 2 (A) as I was taking my position
    > (see above) at 02:57:35 UT, its trajectory was also perfectly north to 
    south.
    > Magnitude was similar to NOSS at 7.5 and steady.
    
    Cosmos 2338 matches this one.
    
    Cosmos 2338   
    1 24726U 97006B   00230.81023783 +.00000011 +00000-0 +00000-0 0 03233
    2 24726 082.6023 134.9122 0005452 201.5309 158.5554 12.61237304161439
    
    Cheers
    Don Gardner  39.1799 N, 76.8406 W, 100m ASL
    Homepage: http://hometown.aol.com/mir16609/
    
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