image of object 90014

From: Kevin Fetter (
Date: Tue Feb 17 2004 - 19:23:00 EST

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    Was trying to id a satellite that appeared in images that appeared in
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    Looking at the info and images, to me it appears to be the following
    Unknown 030226   8.0  3.0  0.0  4.0 v
    1 90014U 03557A   03195.08693642 0.00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    03
    2 90014   3.0191 312.9259 0015000 128.7449 231.2551  1.00270928    00
    Allowing for errors
    Here's the guys details on the image
    I am a newbie to the group having just upgraded to Pro4.5. I think
    I may have some pictures of the same object you saw. On the 16th
    January at approximately 23.32 GMT we were testing a new webcam at
    the Norwich Astronomical Society in the UK 52deg 30.423 N 1deg
    25.108E we observed a streak across the image and managed to capture
    several images each of 15 sec exposure. I have uploaded the images
    to a new folder in the photos section called NAS. The object can be
    seen just above M42 as a faint streak. I have tried in vain to
    identify the object using pro 4.5 I would be interested to hear of
    any more thoughts on this.
    Thanks I will have another more careful look. Also I realised I
    typed the wrong time it should be 22.32 GMT
    COSPAR Site #1775  Long 75.6910 W, Lat 44.6062 N, altitude 100 metres
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