Re: Possible Mystery Spacecraft?

From: Joe (
Date: Wed Jun 12 2013 - 13:11:44 UTC

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    Thanks for comments,
    But No far too fast for a Saturn Moon. I'm relaying all this information 
    here. I wasn't the onserver. But The Observer may not be a 
    "Professional" as far as diplomas in researching the sky, but he is a 
    :Professional" in every other sense of the word. In his back yard he has 
    an Observatory that many universities would love to have.  Several 
    hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in the equipment. And he has 
    been doing this for decades. So not much could fool him.
    The Original Rolling Ball Clock
    Idle Tyme
    On 6/11/2013 10:54 PM, George Roberts wrote:
    > That's much too slow for something closer than geo stationary so it's
    > basically unlikely to be a satellite.  In fact at that distance your lat and
    > lon don't matter much.
    > I suspect it was one of Saturns moons.  Saturn has quite a few and they can
    > move pretty darn fast.  I typed in your UT and used this web app here:
    > But I don't know which one it might have been.  What do you think?  Also was
    > it UT june 1 (friday night) or was it CDT june 1 (saturday night)?  I looked
    > at both.
    > Also there is a wonderful asteroid checker program on the web you can use.
    > But more likely it was one of saturns moons.
    > - George Roberts
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