Possible Mystery Spacecraft?

From: Joe (nss@mwt.net)
Date: Wed Jun 12 2013 - 01:14:46 UTC

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    Howdy All,
    I have no ideas as to where to possibly look for an answer to this. But 
    this group was suggested as a place to ask.
    But of course we have all seen satellites, crossing the night sky. and seen
    them in binoculars. and even ever more rarely while using a telescope
    viewing something in the sky happen to have one of these things go zipping
    But a buddy of mine was viewing Saturn the other night, and he spied
    something moving. very small and faint. It was almost like a moon of Saturn
    itself, but of course these do not move so fast you can see them move.
    This was moving in the same plane and directions of the moons. at a
    estimated speed of about 0.02 degrees a minute. very slow, but still moving.
    It was passing right through the field with Saturn.
    date and time
    11:32pm  CDT, 04:32 6-1-2013UT.
    Saturn was located at.
    celestial location
    14H,  17m, 50s
    -11 deg 00 min,,20 sec
    az  196 deg 16 min
    el 34 deg 04min
    Viewing location near Dodgeville, WI.
    W 90.12580
    anyone have a way to try to learn what this interloper may have been?
    Joe WB9SBD
    The Original Rolling Ball Clock
    Idle Tyme
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