Re: 5919 Obs IGS O5 + IGS 10 and rocket ?

From: Björn Gimle via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2017 00:16:34 +0100
Here are replacements for my initial IGS 10 suspects.
Within 5 minute spans, and 2 degrees cross-track - strangely enough -
HeavenSat does not show any object close enough to be believed.
Those that are nearby are all 98 degree NB orbits, and eye-balling the
speed I'd say that my objects should be around 600 km altitude.
Note that A and B travelled as a pair; B was the fainter one.
C was in a single image, so it might also be an 82 degree SB.

70002 17 576A   5919 G 20170317200134000 97 15 2131160+611435 39
70002 17 576A   5919 G 20170317200139000 97 15 2134390+594700 39
70002 17 576A   5919 G 20170317200152000 97 15 2141330+562351 39
70002 17 576A   5919 G 20170317200157000 97 15 2143310+551234 39
70003 17 576B   5919 G 20170317200134000 97 15 2126060+641216 39
70003 17 576B   5919 G 20170317200139000 97 15 2129400+625642 39
70003 17 576B   5919 G 20170317200152000 97 15 2139150+584750 39
70003 17 576B   5919 G 20170317200157000 97 15 2141220+574003 39
70004 17 576C   5919 G 20170317200321000 97 15 1741180+853700 39
70004 17 576C   5919 G 20170317200326000 97 15 1937160+835150 39

Two images tracks of IGS 7, and three IGS 5 r, which have recent good TLEs,
so I didn't reduce them.
Also several with unclassified #12368, 17191, 19210, 39084
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