Re: unid sat obs, I assume it was a unid sat

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sat Jun 01 2013 - 11:47:29 UTC

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    >From Kevin's video I extracted these positions:
    99207 13 650A   1775 G 20130530072853863 17 25 1735399-132388 37 I
    99207 13 650A   1775 G 20130530072854679 17 25 1735599-131318 37 I
    99207 13 650A   1775 G 20130530072855828 17 25 1735897-125796 37 I
    99207 13 650A   1775 G 20130530072856746 17 25 1736134-124580 37 I
    
    Taking the average orbital inclination and mean motion of the lost
    members of the 2010-062 launch, I obtain this circular search orbit:
    1 99207U          13150.31175121  .00000000  00000-0  50000-4 0    00
    2 99207  71.9700 266.4336 0010000  30.7772   8.3288 14.77040000    02
    
    These elements probably decrease in accuracy by a minute per day from the epoch.
    
    Regards,
        Cees
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