Re: Updated elements

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Fri Aug 10 2012 - 04:50:04 UTC

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    Hi Ted,
    
    On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 1:18 AM, Ted Molczan <ssl3molcz@rogers.com> wrote:
    > Russell reported an observation of what he suspected is 80019C or D. The latter appears to fit best. This is only the
    > second observation of this object in the past two years. Cees rediscovered it on 2012 May 12 UTC, and I used his
    > observations in this analysis. Prediction time uncertainty is about 1 min per 14 revs from epoch.
    
    In the observations of last night I observed a brightish unknown which
    may be 11732/80019D;
    
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010437275 17 25 0601250+585528 37 S
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010442356 17 25 0602101+574402 37 S
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010447235 17 25 0603018+563967 37 S
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010452316 17 25 0603748+553424 37 S
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010457275 17 25 0604576+543358 37 S
    99025 99 025U   4553 G 20120810010502556 17 25 0605237+533111 37 S
    
    Compared to your elset is was about 9.5 minutes early on the 1 day old elements.
    
    Regards,
        Cees
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