CB Obs June 8/9, 2013

From: C. Bassa (cgbsat@gmail.com)
Date: Sun Jun 09 2013 - 14:43:01 UTC

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    Observations from the night of June 8/9, 2013. I again targeted an
    area towards the South. Initially with the 50mm F/1.8, but after
    22:47UT with the 100mm F/2.8.
    
    05680 71 110C   4553 G 20130608232541455 17 25 1818579-074034 27 S
    05680 71 110C   4553 G 20130608232553442 17 25 1820614-091252 27 S
    11732 80 019D   4553 G 20130608220739114 17 25 1645793-102422 37 S
    11732 80 019D   4553 G 20130608220757142 17 25 1711112-061461 37 S
    14729 84 012D   4553 G 20130608214032348 17 25 1647890-001838 37 S
    14729 84 012D   4553 G 20130608214042337 17 25 1650927-013280 37 S
    14729 84 012D   4553 G 20130608214052328 17 25 1653897-024237 37 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20130608225745594 17 25 1747439-083524 27 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20130608225750054 17 25 1750674-075648 27 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20130608225754154 17 25 1753686-072043 27 S
    23862 96 029D   4553 G 20130608225758221 17 25 1756713-064428 27 S
    28647 05 016B   4553 G 20130608220453619 17 25 1647881-092660 37 S
    28647 05 016B   4553 G 20130608220503599 17 25 1658401-080600 37 S
    28647 05 016B   4553 G 20130608220508628 17 25 1703833-072540 37 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224752629 17 25 1744576-064454 27 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224754478 17 25 1742941-071327 27 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224756458 17 25 1741220-074350 27 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224758218 17 25 1739716-080998 27 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224759938 17 25 1738265-083544 27 S
    29658 06 060A   4553 G 20130608224801558 17 25 1736919-085911 27 S
    37229 10 062H   4553 G 20130608232755101 17 25 1820814-070510 27 S
    37229 10 062H   4553 G 20130608232803822 17 25 1821656-075935 27 S
    37229 10 062H   4553 G 20130608232810502 17 25 1822297-084021 27 S
    37229 10 062H   4553 G 20130608232812221 17 25 1823459-085107 27 S
    37229 10 062H   4553 G 20130608232819301 17 25 1824109-093326 27 S
    37955 11 075B   4553 G 20130608214622334 17 25 1634036-045223 37 S
    37955 11 075B   4553 G 20130608214632335 17 25 1635236-015549 37 S
    39061 13 002A   4553 G 20130609004256152 17 25 1940217-085454 27 S
    39061 13 002A   4553 G 20130609004300932 17 25 1940677-075043 27 S
    39061 13 002A   4553 G 20130609004304712 17 25 1941068-065750 27 S
    39065 13 002E   4553 G 20130609005203328 17 25 1940839-085719 27 S
    39065 13 002E   4553 G 20130609005206659 17 25 1941072-081032 27 S
    39065 13 002E   4553 G 20130609005209488 17 25 1941286-072934 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608224641418 17 25 1735591-090823 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608224741418 17 25 1736602-090927 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608224841417 17 25 1737605-091052 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608224941439 17 25 1738594-091201 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608225041437 17 25 1739604-091299 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608225141417 17 25 1740596-091445 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608225241417 17 25 1741606-091576 27 S
    99064 13 659A   4553 G 20130608225341416 17 25 1742607-091680 27 S
    
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    Setup: Watec 902H2 video, 50mm F/1.8, NTP, Nexstar SLT mount
    IOD format: http://www.satobs.org/position/IODformat.html
    COSPAR 4553: 53.3199N, 2.2438W, 86m (WGS84)
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    NOTES:
    ------
    (1) Two unknown objects were identified; the first was at 22:07UT and
        matches the last known orbit of NOSS 3 (D) [11732/80019D], last
        seen 97 days ago. The second at 22:48UT matching SAR Lupe 1
        [29658/0606A], which had not been seen for 270 days. Two weeks ago
        I did multiple planar searches of the SAR Lupe 1 plane but did not
        see it. For those I was looking at the plane in the North East;
        now I saw it by chance in the South where it was quite bright.
    (2) The 99064 unknown appears to be a geosynchronous object that does
        not match anything in the catalogs. I estimate its brightness at
        about 9th to 10th magnitude. This is a circular orbit estimate
        assuming the object is geosynchronous (i.e. setting the mean
        motion to 1.0027 revs/day);
    
    1 99064U          13159.95152103  .00000000  00000-0  00000-0 0    06
    2 99064   4.6862  62.6820 0010000   8.8392 191.1469  1.00270000    02
    
        The object is at about 24 deg E.
    
    Regards,
       Cees
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