IGS O2 (29393)

From: José Luis Ruiz via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 15 Aug 2016 21:16:50 +0200
IOD leave the image above, except one that is not clear beginning and end
of the trail. Both time and the images are not very accurate. In addition
reducing images is handmade.
Thanks to Jon for the IOD, though DropBox problems I have had to check data.
While not entirely accurate, and since it is an object that changes to the
re-entry, I hope that these data help correct some orbit.
I also hope that Björn can help with some observations made its first
successful attempt after twilight recent months.
IODs are:

29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160808040846000 49 15 2237353+232935 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160808040803000 49 15 2152509+375403 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160813035935000 49 15 0148251+414558 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160813040007000 49 15 0025410+775525 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160813040023000 49 15 2044123+842940 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160814041539000 49 15 2116111+390444 38 F
29393 06 037A   9999 G 20160814041555000 49 15 2034017+460518 38 F

9999 is here 36.8389ºN, 2.4498ºW, Almería (Spain)

-- 
José Luis Ruiz Gómez
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