Optical 03 Feb 2014 Unknown 1

From: Greg Roberts <grr_at_telkomsa.net>
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2014 11:21:20 +0200
Morning

Barely started measuring my 1800 images and found a
satellite I cannot match. Since the inclination looks like
around 64 degrees or so it could be an "interesting" object
as it was about magnitude +5 and steady.

Here are the observations and a rough orbit using ELFIND
using observations 1,4 and 7.

Usual observing site coordinates


99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192455480 55 15 1119299-332045 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192500531 55 15 1121400-333453 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192505585 55 15 1123506-334938 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192510690 55 15 1126029-340557 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192525886 55 15 1132307-344821 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192551243 55 15 1143212-355100 39  +050 05
99999 99 999A   0433 G 20140203192611489 55 15 1151555-363522 39  +050 05

1 99999U 99999A   14034.80915150 0.00000073  00000-0  50000-4 0    03
2 99999  64.1477 264.9308 0380964  69.5494 156.4297 12.53513151    06

Back to measuring ..urgh :-((((
Cheers
Greg

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