IGS O2 (IGS 3A) #29393 TLE

From: Björn Gimle via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 18 Jul 2016 20:14:55 +0200
May 22, 30 and June 07 José Luis Ruiz observed a bright morning flasher
Then, I identified as #29393, no elset published since day 15223 (Aug.21)
I computed an orbit, and published it on SeeSat-L, along with observations.
José has been able to observe it regularly since then, on about seven
dates, and fifteen photos, most recently July 17.

I submit my orbit, and hope that you choose to include it in your
prediction sites, for the benefit of other observers, and make it possible
to receive more observations, Mike McCants has for some reason neglected
the observations published in his own analyses.

On my latitude, it will be about a month until I can observe it, the
visibility zone is slowly moving northward.

IGS O2 20160717
1 29393U 06037A   16199.14876090  .00045349  00000-0  24390-3 0    02
2 29393  97.6356 356.3081 0012603 158.9475 213.7438 15.80060299    09

Latest obs, site 3602 is a temporary choice for 36.8389ºN, 2.4498º W
29393 06 037A   3602 G 20160717034115000 48 25 0407495+724247 55 F
002000
29393 06 037A   3602 G 20160717034125000 18 25 0527124+765805 55 F
002000


Kind regards,
Björn
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Björn Gimle, COSPAR 5919
59.2617 N, 18.6169 E, 51 m
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