RE: BY C 081314

From: Ted Molczan via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2014 00:55:47 -0400
Excellent work Brad!

> OTV-3 [12071A] seen easily 1X on search elset, then in binos as listed below. FPAS later.
> 
> 39462 13 072A   8336 E 20140813020559660 17 25 1755524-044282 38 S
> 39462 13 072A   8336 E 20140813020610460 17 25 1747579-023173 38 S
> 39462 13 072A   8336 E 20140813020619890 17 25 1740470-003904 18 S
> 39462 13 072A   8336 E 20140813020705490 17 25 1700035+094822 77 S
> 39025 12 071A   8336 E 20140813023943440 17 25 2234605+785094 38 S
> 39025 12 071A   8336 E 20140813023958330 17 25 2242690+662775 38 S
> 39025 12 071A   8336 E 20140813024002900 17 25 2243956+624192 28 S
> 39025 12 071A   8336 E 20140813024008620 17 25 2245521+581284 18 S
> 39025 12 071A   8336 E 20140813024014890 17 25 2246604+532274 87 S
> 11389 79 050A   8336 E 20140813030453790 17 25 1740636-152976 48 S
> 11389 79 050A   8336 E 20140813030509400 17 25 1733984-111494 28 S
> 11389 79 050A   8336 E 20140813030520290 17 25 1729224-080450 18 S

Residuals against the search TLE are about 24 s early and 0.4 deg cross-track, on a pass that culminated 38 deg above
the horizon. I am pleasantly surprised that the TLE was this close. Your observations look good. I look forward to the
analysis tomorrow.

Ted Molczan



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