BY C (Part 2) w/ correction on UNID

From: Brad Young via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2015 22:44:38 +0000 (UTC)
Correction on OFEQ-like UNID. Mike alerted me that motion was wrong - the positions are rough from the UNID passing OTV4 and then another UNID (12443)
39650 14 019A   8335 G 20150628031130940 17 25 1300542-355219 37 S 
39650 14 019A   8335 G 20150628031142580 17 25 1248105-354217 37 S 

14930 84 037A   8335 G 20150628040243600 57 25 1906745-212174 37 F+110 10 
14930 84 037A   8335 G 20150628040306880 57 25 1907151-212168 47 F 
14930 84 037A   8335 G 20150628040458930 57 25 1909046-212007 38 F 
23568 95 022B   8335 G 20150628045433210 57 25 1810128-162025 17 R+120 10 
23568 95 022B   8335 G 20150628045443590 57 25 1810309-162050 67 R 
23568 95 022B   8335 G 20150628045455650 57 25 1810505-162151 57 R 
23568 95 022B   8335 G 20150628045701800 57 25 1812615-162811 67 R 
23568 95 022B   8335 G 20150628045808250 57 25 1813703-163272 67 R 
15453 84 129A   8335 G 20150628052402930 57 25 1806051-232795 57 X 
15453 84 129A   8335 G 20150628052447750 57 25 1806850-232760 57 X 
21805 91 080B   8335 G 20150628060402370 57 25 1758459-205883 77 S 
21805 91 080B   8335 G 20150628060429270 57 25 1758931-210230 87 S 
21805 91 080B   8335 G 20150628060507720 57 25 1759547-210338 37 S 
21805 91 080B   8335 G 20150628060712040 57 25 1801692-210696 66 S 
27693 03 008C   8335 G 20150628061916610 57 25 1811169-142999 97 S 
27693 03 008C   8335 G 20150628062120750 57 25 1813231-143410 17 S 
27693 03 008C   8335 G 20150628062213540 57 25 1814125-143574 17 S 
Something's fishy about this one, could not resolve other timings.
39206 13 036A   8335 G 20150628062527110 57 25 1804487-095934 67 S+080 10


Missed a bunch of geosats - not unusual at solstice but one was AEHF 1 (36868) which makes me wonder about the MUOS 2 mismatch. Bright object mentioned in deep dawn in previous email probably a slow meteor. Still have to work through UNIDs and FPAS from most of month. Good thing I only looked at a few DSOs and the planets last night! Venus + Jupiter is becoming stunning.
 
Brad Young 
Bright:20 x 80 Celestron binoculars parallelogram tripod 
Dim:22" f/4.2 UC Obsession _at_ 100x 
Numbers above and methods explained at: 
http://www.satobs.org/seesat/Jan-2015/0074.html 
COSPAR 8336 =TULSA1 
+36.139208,-95.983429 660ft, 201m 
COSPAR 8335 =TULSA2 
+35.8311  -96.1411 1083ft, 330m
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